What To Look For In A World-Class Gated Community

Sponsored By: Intracoastal Land Sales/Waterbridge

It’s no secret that purchasing a home is a big decision. It will be where you potentially raise a family, retire or just seek solace on vacation. Whatever your reason for thinking about a new house, consider this: buying into a gated community.

Luxurious amenities like tennis courts and pools make these spaces feel more like a spa than a neighborhood, and the well-appointed grand gated entrances are a welcoming reminder to you and your guests that they are entering a truly special place.  Here’s you should look for in a world-class community:

1. Location, location, location

Just as you would with any home, finding a gated community that’s in an area you enjoy is important. If you’re not happy with your surroundings, both in the community and outside, your house won’t feel like a home. Visit the community and take a day or long weekend to explore the neighboring town to make sure you’ll love it.

2. Amenities you’ll use

Aside from the incredible sense of safety that you’ll get from a gated community, resort-style amenities are a huge draw, too. From swimming pools to tennis courts, lake access and fitness centers, the amenities in a gated community really enhance your neighborhood experience. If you’re bored, you must be doing something wrong, or looking at the wrong community!

3. Builders you can trust

If you’re building a home from scratch, you’re going to do your research on construction companies and the home designers. You should do the same for builders in gated communities.

Make sure they have a solid reputation of good construction and customer service. They should also have numerous years of building under their belt — that way, you can see what they’ve done and how their homes have held up. Additionally, be sure you actually like the style of homes that are offered in the community.

Searching for a gated community in South Carolina? Check out the new Waterbridge community in Myrtle Beach

The Waterbridge community rests on nearly 700 acres of land — 120 of them are devoted to preservation of the natural habitat and approximately 80 acres of lakes. With more than 40 years of development history, the team behind Waterbridge knows what they’re doing. Go canoeing or kayaking, launch your boat on Palmetto Lake, or swim in the largest residential swimming pool in South Carolina. But if you want to get out for an afternoon or evening on the town, downtown Myrtle Beach is just a quick drive away.

Find out more about your potential new home at Waterbridge by calling (888) 404-9933 today.