A Place At The Beach III-III Shore Drive Condos for Sale

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A Place At The Beach III-III Shore Drive November 15, 2018
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9520 Shore Drive #3N
Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
9520 Shore Drive #3N Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
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$149,900 ( $8,600 )
Condo: A Place At The Beach Iii-Iii Sho
A Place At The Beach is located on the ocean side of Shore Drive. The 2 bedroom 2 bath is fully furnished and is located in the extremely popular Arcadian Section of Myrtle Beach. Unit 3N comes...
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