South Carolina doesn’t come immediately to most people’s minds when they think about high-rise living, but it would be a mistake to overlook Myrtle Beach. Tucked between Wilmington and Charleston, the city’s stunning beaches make it a prime destination for beach vacations, and, thus, beachside condos.
Naturally, Myrtle Beach is largely a resort town, but that doesn’t mean the only thing to do is go to the beach. Golfing is central to life in Myrtle Beach with close to 100 courses located in and around the city. Thanks to Myrtle Beach’s mild climate, the amenities that come with living in a stunning Myrtle Beach high-rise can be enjoyed nearly all year, which is a major draw.
For those looking for the best of the best, start the search for your new luxury home with these even stunning high-rise buildings in Myrtle Beach.
1. Anderson Ocean Club
From the moment you step foot in front of the Anderson Ocean Club and take in its bright yellow facade, it feels like you’re on vacation. While the majority of the building is used for short-term vacation rentals, there are condos for sale for those who want to have a more permanent place to go. Featuring two outdoor pools, a lazy river, an outdoor jacuzzi, and more, we won’t blame you if you never step foot off the property.
2. Atlantica Resort
Located along the city’s Atlantic coast, the Atlantica Resort has a number of amenities that draw residents to call the high rise their home. These include a 150-foot lazy river, a kiddie pool for the little ones, a pool and hot tub, charcoal grills, and more. The units themselves have standard features like private terraces but unique features like Murphy beds that add character that’s hard to find elsewhere.
3. The Breakers Resort
Life at The Breakers Resort can feel like exactly that — resort living. From an indoor waterpark to a smattering of pools, hot tubs, and even a sunken pirate ship, there’s plenty to explore on just the property alone. There’s also a restaurant and bar on site, so you’re never far from delicious food when taking in the sprawling views from your condo.
4. Maisons Sur Mer
With all the beachy trappings of a luxury Florida condo, Maisons Sur Mer boasts a gated entry to the property that’s located in the Arcadian Golf community. The 23-floor building offers a beachfront pool, a tiki bar, a party and game room, a seasonal bistro, covered parking, and more. If you’re looking to get away from crowds of vacationers, this is the property for you.
5. Paradise Resort
With multiple options for pool and on-site dining and family friendly games and picnic areas, Paradise Resort is a lovely option for families. The units are bright and beaching and just minutes from the Grand Strand’s popular attractions including the largest oceanfront Ferris wheel on the east coast!
6. Holiday Sands at South Beach
Also a family-friendly resort, the Holiday Sands at South Beach prides itself on its friendly and prompt services for guests and residents. The property boasts 11 water-focused amenities like a lazy river, splash decks, and a sunning lawn for those looking to get bronzed. Each unit has a private balcony and the buildings have high-speed elevators to eliminate wait time and maximize beach time.
7. Caribbean Resort
The units here come in a variety of sizes while the 20-story property is home to amenities like an arcade, indoor and outdoor pools, a waterslide, a fitness center, a tiki bar, and more. The Caribbean Resort also has a variety of games like giant checkers to keep kids happy while features like the on-site spa are there to relieve the stress of grown-up life for the adults.