Carolina Ridge Condos for Sale

Included below are condos and townhomes for sale in Carolina Ridge, a condo project in Myrtle Beach, SC, which are updated daily from the CCAR MLS.

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Carolina Ridge March 7, 2021
1
Listed
19
Avg. DOM
$109.72
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$118,500
Med. List Price
1 Property
$118,500
Condo: Carolina Ridge
2
Beds
1F21/2
Baths
1,080
Sq.Ft.
1983
Year Built
20
Days on Site
2103550
MLS
Centrally located within the city limits and 1 mile to the beautiful sands of Myrtle Beach. This townhome style condo features generous first floor living space complete with kitchen, 1/2 bath,...
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