Barefoot Resort to get More Housing


The property owners of 64 acres at Barefoot Resort in North Myrtle Beach want to replace a portion of a planned commercial town center with single-family homes and townhouses.

Their proposal reduces the commercial space to 36.24 acres, with plans to develop the remaining 27.86 into residential. Some Barefoot Resort residents said they are not happy about the possibility of shrinking commercial space for additional houses.

If all goes as planned, The Retreat at Barefoot Village would include 81 single-family houses and 50 three-bedroom townhomes on nearly 28 acres. The remaining acres would be a commercial center, to include shops, restaurants, convenience goods and an outdoor entertainment lawn.


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