When looking for a way to describe Brighton Woods, the word flourishing comes to mind. It is compromised of 246 single-family homes just off of Highway 707 in Myrtle Beach. Children there attend St. James Elementary, Middle, and High School, all of which are within two miles of the neighborhood and winner of the 2016 Palmetto Finest Award. Grocery stores, hardware stores and large retailers are nearby, so you won’t have to venture far from home if you ever need to run a quick errand. And one of the biggest bonuses, you’re only a few miles to the beautiful sands of Surfside Beach, the fishing pier and the multitude of restaurants along the Marshwalk. Not to mention, you can get your healthcare needs met at Waccamaw Hospital, South Strand Hospital, Tidelands Health on Holmestown Rd or the new Conway Hospital facility on Hwy 707.
Brighton Woods is a well-established neighborhood that continues to attract interest from buyers looking in the Myrtle Beach area. Brighton Woods features mid-sized homes and sits on the southern edge of Myrtle Beach, just west of Surfside Beach and near the intersection of Holmestown Road and Highway 707. That puts this great neighborhood just minutes to the beach, golf, shopping, entertainment, and dining establishments. Originally a Lennar Homes development, “everything’s included” makes these homes desirable to home buyers. The additional features todays home buyer expects are included in these homes that have a range full of upgrades. These single-family homes range from 1,700 to 2,200 heated square feet. They have a two car garage, brushed nickel hardware, a fireplace, and hardwood floors. And, if you love to cook, you’ll love the upgrades in the kitchen such as 42-inch raised panel cabinets, stainless steel appliances, tile backsplashes, and Corian countertops.
Another reason we love Brighton Woods is because two of our very own live in this great community. John and Brenda Collier are proud residents of Brighton Woods. John and Brenda have lived here since 2012. These two really enjoy their “family time” as these proud grandparents can be found riding through the neighborhood singing with their grandchildren “Old Town Road”.
We asked John and Brenda what they enjoyed most about living in Brighton Woods. John said, “I picked this spot for its closeness to so many golf courses.” Brenda commented, “The location of this community gives us access to everything in the area. We are two miles from the intracoastal waterway, five miles to the ocean in Surfside Beach, five miles to Brookgreen Gardens, six miles from Myrtle Beach International Airport and nine miles to Pawleys Island and Litchfield beaches.”
As residents of Brighton Woods, John and Brenda Collier have a vested interest in the real estate market within this neighborhood. Because they know that every home bought and sold within Brighton Woods effects the value of their own home. This makes them the perfect Realtor of choice when buying or selling in Brighton Woods. “We have listed and sold many homes in Brighton Woods and made so many friends here. This neighborhood offers affordable homes and it embraces diversity and the South Carolina lifestyle” said Brenda.
We are huge fans of neighborhoods where neighbors spend time talking to each other, people walking their dogs and children playing in their yards or in the two community playgrounds. Brighton Woods neighbors watch out for each another and are ready to help when the need arises. A true sense of community always makes a house feel more like a home.
If you are considering buying, Brighton Woods could be the perfect Myrtle Beach neighborhood for you. And if you are already a resident of Brighton Woods and considering making a move, John and Brenda Collier along with the staff of Coastal Tides Realty would love to assist you with meeting your real estate goals. Connect with John and Brenda today or feel free to stop by our office just across from the entrance to Brighton Woods located in the Market Station shops on Hwy 707.