Crow Creek is conveniently located just across the border of North Carolina and South Carolina on Highway 17 in Calabash, North Carolina. Being just minutes from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and the warm and sandy beaches of Sunset Beach, NC, you can understand why residents here think that they have discovered paradise.
Anchoring this community is the beautiful Crow Creek golf course, complete with 18 holes, driving range and putting green. The 14,000’ clubhouse is setting the standard for golf course clubhouses with it’s Low Country architecture and amenities, that include a pro shop and restaurant open daily, including evenings.
Crow Creek is divided into two neighborhoods. The first is the single family homes that are located on the west side of Hickman Road. The other area hosts the 250+ spacious Condos located on the east side of Hickman Road. With Condos starting in the low to mid $100s and homes in the low $400s, Crow Creek is surprisingly very affordable considering the location and full offering of amenities.
Crow Creek residents enjoy a bounty of amenities. Those who own condos enjoy their own indoor and outdoor pools and two amenity centers (including a full fitness center) and those who own private residents enjoy a wonderful resident’s center complete with a wonderful array of amenities.
When you are ready to tour Crow Creek, call on the experts, call on Carolina Plantation Real Estate. 910 755-7557
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