The Myrtle Heights section of Myrtle Beach, along with Oak Park, was one of the first neighborhoods, opening in 1933. The historic landscaping of this area is full of wax myrtle, crepe myrtle, red cedars, palmettos, oleander, and windswept live oak trees.
It's hard to keep your eyes on the road when driving through this section for it's sheer beauty is unbelievable. When looking down the streets your gaze is narrowed by the tree canopy, leading to a million dollar view of azure water.
Homes range from $300K to multiple millions for beachfront. If you are in the market for a home in Myrtle Beach, the Myrtle Heights section should not be missed.
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Updated: 19th May, 2019 8:37 PM.