Location, Design, Construction, and Craftsmanship come to mind when starting the conversation about 1516 Thornbury Drive. This residence is located in Myrtle Beach’s Market Common community which is ideal for the individual looking to enjoy an active lifestyle, upscale living, wonderful amenities, and plenty of social settings. The residence itself is the brainchild of David Morris, a local house designer of luxury homes here in the Grand Strand. The construction was carried out by Hall Custom homes and the craftsmanship of his work speaks for itself. The property boost 2 buildings, the main house plus the guest suite and garage. The Main House consists of 4 bedrooms and 4 full bathrooms, Master on Main Floor, 2nd Master on 2nd floor, Loft, Formal Dining, Café off the Kitchen, Kitchen, Laundry/Mud Room, Large Family Room, Front Porch, and Rear Porch. The 2nd building is the guest house and garage or “carriage house”. The carriage house consists of an over sized 2 car garage and an approximate 300 heated sq ft guest suite with full bathroom. Exterior Highlights: 36 in raised slab, brick skirting around entire house, Hardi-Pank exterior, composite decking material on front wrap around porch, bead board ceilings, Gas Lantern upon entry, and extended driveway. Interior Features: Hardwood flooring on the main level, transom windows throughout house, Cathedral Ceiling in Family Room, tray ceiling in Master, extensive molding details, Granite in kitchen & bathrooms, SS Appliances, wine cooler, Built-in-bar, Pella Windows, and much more. Schedule a showing today! You will not be disappointed.
Listing courtesy of Salt Realty , Mo Paul Amanlou. Selling Office: Peedin Real Estate , Joseph Delecki.
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