Sterling Village III Condos for Sale

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

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Sterling Village III January 27, 2021
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1 Property
Condo: Sterling Vlgiii
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First floor 2 bedroom condo inside the city limits of Myrtle Beach and less than a mile to the beach. Kitchen is open to the dining and living area. Off the kitchen is a large pantry/laundry area...
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Horry County
Community # Price Range
Conway 390 $35k - $900k
Garden City Beach 28 $220k - $3.0m
Little River 156 $75k - $1.0m
Murrells Inlet 164 $30k - $1.5m
Myrtle Beach 542 $35k - $5.0m
North Myrtle Beach 160 $86k - $2.3m
Surfside Beach 64 $89k - $2.0m
Iredell County
Community # Price Range
Bay Crossing 4 $949k - $1.4m
Mallard Head 2 $598k - $650k
The Farms 2 $765k - $850k
The Harbour at the Pointe 2 $695k - $1.7m
The Point 3 $1.4m - $7.0m
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