Surfside Beach Club

100 Sutter Ct., Surfside Beach, South Carolina 29575



In a Mellow Coastal Town, Gated, All Ages Surfside Beach Club Has Single Story, Single Family Homes and is Popular with Baby Boomers

Surfside Beach, a casual seaside town along South Carolina's Grand Strand, has two miles of beautiful beach and is a popular vacation destination. It is also the site of Surfside Beach Club, a gated all ages community with nearly 500 single family homes. Although it is open to people of all ages, many residents are in their 40s, 50s, 60s and beyond.



Construction of Surfside Beach Club began in 2004 and continues today. The development is well groomed with lush green spaces, tall deciduous trees, short palm trees, colorful vegetation and pretty ponds. Nearly half of the residences back to water, and almost all of the homes are single story, a fact that older bodies appreciate. Each of the five neighborhoods (Lake Forest, Chalet, Landings, Coral Springs and Clearwater Lakes) has sidewalks, quiet lanes and its own character. Living spaces range from about 1,400 square feet to 2,700 square feet. Tall ceilings and open floor plans are standard.


The smallest homes are in the Chalet and Landing neighborhoods. The Chalet residences have Craftsman architecture with a low-slung, gabled roof, tapered support columns and a front porch. The Landing homes are made from brick and have a pitched roof, tall crescent windows and a recessed entryway.

The other neighborhoods have larger dwellings on larger lots. Lake Forest homes have Mediterranean architecture, while homes in Clearwater and Coral Springs are made from brick. All residences have an attached, two car garage. Prices begin in the low-$200,000s and top out in the mid-$400,000s. Please verify these prices with a Realtor as they many change.

Residents enjoy a full social calendar. Holiday parties, pool parties, evening movies, dances, game nights and potlucks are all well attended. The clubhouse is where most events occur. Attractive with dormer windows and white columns, it has dark, polished hardwood floors, a fitness center, a catering kitchen and more. Outside, a swimming pool, a spa and a gazebo await.

Huntington Beach State Park is within easy reach, and Myrtle Beach is less than fifteen minutes away. Golf clubs in the area include Deer Track and Indian Wells.

Surfside Beach does not have a hospital, but Waccamaw Community Hospital is just six miles away in Murrells Inlet and is accredited.

Summer temperatures are in the 80s and 90s, and winter temperatures are in the 30s, 40s and 50s. On average, the area receives 54 inches of rain per year.


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