Ocean Breeze-Garden City Homes for Sale

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Ocean Breeze-Garden City March 3, 2021
1
Listed
13
Avg. DOM
$118.97
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$159,900
Med. List Price
1 Property
$159,900
Subdivision: Ocean Breeze-Garden City
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,344
Sq.Ft.
2002
Year Built
14
Days on Site
2103769
MLS
Check out this Great 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom mobile home located right off of Oliver Drive with a convenient access from 17 Bypass. Primary or secondary home, only a mile from the beach. Spacious...
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Horry County
Community # Price Range
Conway 361 $40k - $700k
Garden City Beach 22 $63k - $3.0m
Little River 145 $75k - $1.0m
Murrells Inlet 134 $35k - $1.9m
Myrtle Beach 423 $36k - $5.0m
North Myrtle Beach 122 $110k - $2.3m
Surfside Beach 30 $190k - $2.0m
Iredell County
Community # Price Range
Bay Crossing 2 $949k - $1.1m
The Farms 2 $939k - $950k
The Point 5 $900k - $7.0m
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