It's been nearly 2 years since one of these desired units has hit the market!! Quiet, quaint, spacious, and unique would describe this desired condo community the best! It's one of the few condo communities located on the south peninsula of Garden City Beach! There are only 8 total units with plenty of parking (16 spots). AND It's the only oceanfront condo building with access to the gated Inlet Pointe dock across the street (Perfect for those that enjoy fishing, crabbing, bird watching, or site seeing). Not only is this community itself extremely quiet, the beach is nice and peaceful too! Features such as the large protected dunes, wide beaches, quiet south peninsula atmosphere, great parking, and dock access; makes Compass Rose one of the most desired condo communities along the South Strand! The unit features like the large screened in porch, rear access to the beach, personal storage room under the building, separate laundry room, and spacious layout sets this unit apart from the others you'll see along the Grand Strand. The building itself was completely renovated in 2004 and included moving the elevator to the ground floor for easiest access. The most recent building updates include new pool, crosswalk, and resurfacing of the deck. The owners of #22 have also done many recent updates themselves. A few highlights: (2019) New LVP flooring, subway tile back splash, dishwasher, and washer in laundry room. The owners also recently upgraded to solid wooden doors throughout, a walk-in shower, & HVAC handler & condenser.
Listing courtesy of Listing Agent: Drew Dellinger () from Listing Office: Garden City Realty, Inc , Drew Dellinger.Selling Office: Garden City Realty, Inc , Brian A White.
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