THE MARKET COMMON – AN ACTIVE & LIVELY COMMUNITY

Written by:

Jessica Clarke

SC Real Estate Network

 

Market Common

 

The Market Common has its own town-like atmosphere. This area was built on top of a former Air Force base, there are still homes our former military officers resided in when on base. The Market Common opened in April of 2008. At 114 acres, The Market Common has a little bit of something for everyone and only a short distance to the beach!

 

 There are 12 restaurants, 42 shops, multiple free events, 810 bowling,  movies (Grand 14 @ Market Commons) and several parks. You’ll find that The Market Common is continuously growing with new shops, restaurants, activities, and events.

 

This golf cart friendly community makes all activities and shops minutes closer if you don’t want to walk!

 

At The Market Common, you can enjoy multiple parks, playgrounds, running trails, a large pond, biking, soccer fields, baseball fields, basketball courts and more! Savannah's Playground is a wonderful park that is accessible for disabled children. You can also find a VA Hospital in the area.

 

Whether you are looking for a single-family home, townhome or condo you will find what you need!

 

Communities in Market Common include:

            All communities are suburban communities surrounded by nature. Each community gives a different feel, but all have nature walks and wildlife.

            Balmoral at Wither’s Preserve  – Suburban Community

            The Battery at Market Common – Charleston-style with a city feel

            Belle Harbor – Suburban Community

            The Cottages on Farrow Parkway – Detached Condos

            Cresswinds  – Active Adult Community

            Emmen's Preserve

            The Estates at Wither's Preserve

            Highland's @ Wither's Preserve – Suburban Community

            Monarch Estates@ Emmen’s Preserve

            Park Place at Market Common

            The Reserve @ Market Common– Suburban Community surrounded by nature

            The Sanctuary at Wither's Preserve

            Seagate Village – Old officer housing

            Sweetgrass Square – Charleston-style

            West Lake at Montrose – Suburban Community

            Wentworth Park – townhomes

 

Would you like more information?

Feel free to call (412) 477-2562

e-mail me at Jessica@SCRealEstateNetwork.com