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In 1993, the former Myrtle Beach Air Force base closed, and since that time, the area has been redeveloped into an attractive, primary-home community known as Market Common with shops; restaurants; movie theaters; a Barnes & Noble bookstore; condo, townhouse and single family developments; a fabulous dog park; technical college; ball parks; and much more.
The former military-base housing was converted into detached and semi-detached condominiums known as Seagate Village. The subject property is one of those units. The photo shown above is typical of the neighborhood. Actual subject photos are shown below.
710 Swallow Ave., Seagate Village #710, 3 BR, 1.5 Bath , 1125 GLA, Built 1975, listed at $89,900
Compared to Recent Sales:
|Seagate Sales||BRs/ Baths||GLA (SqFt)||Sales Price||Closing Date||Data Source MLS #|
|621 Hemlock Ave.||3/1.5||1,375||$123,900||07/25/2012||1205554|
|3675 Spruce Dr.||3/1.5||1,375||$109,000||06/20/2012||1204594|
|3779 Tea Rose St.||3/1.5||1,225||$105,000||05/30/2012||1205617|
|760 Sycamore Ave.||3/1.5||1,225||$100,000||05/29/2012||1201733|
|3928 Spruce Dr.||3/1.5||1,225||$95,000||04/05/2012||1202253|
|540 Swallow Ave.||3/1.5||1,175||$103,100||03/29/2012||1117815|
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Listing Office: Sloan Realty Group
Listing Agent: Blake Sloan