About This Neighborhood
Emmens Preserve at The Market Common features beautifully constructed homes built by Lennar.
Sitting just minutes away from The Market Common, U.S. 17 Bypass and the beach is Emmens Preserve, a community built in 2010 featuring homes with 3 to 5 bedrooms and up to 4 baths. This community is perfectly placed in Myrtle Beach. You’re away from the noise of U.S. 17 traffic and you’re close to the excellent dining, shopping and entertainment options at The Market Common, the beach, and Myrtle Beach State Park.
Not only are there plenty of awesome amenities outside of the community, but residents can look forward to a large pool and sunbathing area, a clubhouse, an exercise room, a small outdoor amphitheater for concerts, putting greens, bocce ball courts, and outdoor kitchens. There are also sidewalks all throughout the neighborhood. Lennar has also been recognized for its brilliant landscaping by the city of Myrtle Beach, justifying the beauty and easygoing lifestyle of this fine community.
These homes have been so popular that new homes are being built in two subdivisions of the neighborhood.
In Monarch Arbor, residents can expect 3- to 4-bedroom floor plans, featuring many great amenities, including breakfast nooks, gourmet kitchens, GE appliances, hardwood flooring and granite countertops.
For Monarch Coastal residents, homes are larger and include 3 to 5 bedrooms and 4 baths with 2,395 to 2,797 square feet of space. These homes also provide a second private living area. Some homes provide a lake view as well.
And Montrose West residents can choose from five floor plans of 3 to 4 bedrooms, some of them with waterfront views.
Homes in Monarch Arbor range from $241,000 to $261,000. Monarch Coastal homes start at $285,000 and top off around $314,000. And Montrose West homes sell between the middle and upper $200s.
- Located near the popular Market Common
- Beautifully constructed homes by Lennar
- New, large homes with top amenities
- Great community amenities, including a large pool and putting greens