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Grande Dunes Presents the Ultimate in Ocean Lifestyles

Certain to become the Atlantic Coast’s premier destination address, Grande Dunes has introduced a truly spectacular lifestyle showcasing luxurious Mediterranean style residences, waterside championship golf, and a fabulous array of oceanfront and planned waterway resort-style amenities. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina’s most alluring natural beauty creates a breathtaking backdrop for Grande Dunes, from the blue Atlantic waters stretching through acres of wooded landscape to the Intracoastal Waterway’s forested natural preserve.

Within this exclusive, environmentally sensitive setting, mosaics of shimmering lakes, shady trees, and sculpted fairways accentuate the community’s graceful neighborhoods. Grande Dunes’ neighborhoods feature exquisite single-family homes, estate residences, elegant oceanside condominiums currently under construction, and golf and tennis condos that are now being pre-sold.

As a new community, Grande Dunes is alive with activity and experiencing soaring pre-construction sales. Visitors and prospective homebuyers are invited to enjoy a rich sampling of Grande Dunes’ gracious character, superb amenities, and diverse residential opportunities. One of its most impressive landmarks is a private, 65-foot high fixed span bridge that serves as a majestic entry into the community’s unique world of golf and golf course living. Grande Dunes’ scenic 18-hole golf course is setting a new standard for world-class play. This masterpiece course is designed by the renowned Roger Rulewich Group and a team of former key members of Robert Trent Jones Sr. Golf Course and Construction Companies. Golfers love teeing off along the Intracoastal’s glistening waters. The new course is reported to be the longest in South Carolina, measuring 7,618 yards from the back tee-boxes, but with six tee boxes the course has wide ranging playability. Grande Dunes’ sensational Golf Clubhouse is also open, offering the ultimate in amenities for a quality golfing and dining experience. With its casually elegant ambiance, gorgeous views, and hospitable service, the Clubhouse represents an inviting introduction to Grande Dunes’ unparalleled lifestyle. Choose from a Chop-House menu in The Dining Room, relax in the Tapas Room or on the canopied Waterway Terrace. Every convenience is available, from a fully-equipped Pro Shop to private lockers, and friendly staff members waiting to assist arriving guests.

The spectacular Ocean Club, which had its Grande Opening in May 2002, is a 25,000 square foot, multi-level beachfront clubhouse framed by maritime forests and white sandy beaches. Picturesque cupolas, an expanse of Palladian windows, and a stately porte cochere/rotunda entrance are among the Tuscan-inspired accents that characterize this unique clubhouse. Destined to be the social centerpiece of Grande Dunes, the Ocean Club will offer fine gourmet dining, casual lounges, poolside service, locker rooms, black-tie or relaxed entertainment, the largest swimming pool on the Grand Strand with walkovers and waterfalls, hot tub/spa and a children’s pool complete with cascading water over a blue mushroom.

Also making its debut this past May, the Tennis Club at Grande Dunes is an expansive 5,000 square foot facility framed by fantastic views of the Intracoastal Waterway. The Club has ten Har-Tru courts, a fitness room, Pro Shop, and swimming pool. A Grande Dunes Marina and a festive Marina Village is also being planned with a quaint Italian piazza style setting on the Intracoastal. The Marina Village will come alive with colorful boutiques, a boardwalk, sidewalk cafes, art galleries, music, and fun for everyone.

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