We are renting our Market Common Townhome. We are thrilled about our new house, but will miss the amenities and convenience of all Market Common has to offer! If you’re interested in renting our place, please send a text or call Will: (843) 685-0996.
About our Market Common Townhome
The Basics | 4 bedrooms, 3 1/2 bathrooms, 2,151 square feet, 2 car garage. Alarm system.
First Floor | We have a little fenced-in area with room for a little bit of landscaping and a window box where I grew basil this summer, and when you open the door, you walk into what our real estate agent dubbed as a “gracious” foyer – I love it because we painted it Jamaican Aqua, a Benjamin Moore color that Dorothy Draper chose for The Greenbrier. The 4th guest bedroom and full bathroom are located on the first floor. We originally used this as an office, but added doors and converted it to a 4th bedroom this year. It has a large closet.
Second Floor | This is where we live. All hardwood floors, large living room, half bathroom, large dining and kitchen. This is a big space. Also, the washer/dryer are located in a roomy closet on this floor. The hardwood floors are typically sprinkled with legos and other small toys, but we try to keep it all picked up!
Third Floor | Three bedrooms and two full bathrooms are located on the third floor. There is a full bathroom in the hallway. The Master bedroom is large with a private bathroom. There is a ladder that pulls down from the ceiling that leads to attic space.
Living at Market Common
We’ve taken advantage of all Market Common has to offer while we’ve lived here – walks to Gordon Biersch for Happy Hour before we had Thomas, and walks to the park and playground these weekends. It really is a beautiful development, and after browsing photos of all of the photos I’ve taken at the parks, Farmer’s Markets, Barnes & Noble and playgrounds trying to assemble a good gallery of photos to show the lifestyle here.
20 things we’ve loved about living at The Market Common
- Feeding the Ducks at Grand Park on the weekends
- Our six-minute walk to Gordon Biersch for happy hour, brunch, lunch, Tapping Parties, World Cup games, Gamecock games, etc.
- Walking to Barnes & Noble for Starbucks & the children’s area
- Going to the movies at Grand 14 Cinema
- Farmers Market on summer & fall Saturdays
- Savannah’s Playground with the kids every weekend
- Festivals in the park like Wine Fest and Oktoberfest
- All of the walking trails – especially the 1.1 mile long walk around the big lake
- My secret biking trail behind the old Airforce base homes
- Our neighbors, of course
- Crabtree Gym, on the rare occasion that I actually use it, always think, “this gym is fantastic!”
- The Macho Nachos at Nacho Hippo
- Running into Bijuju for a gift
- Walking or riding bikes to the playgrounds in Market Common and over at the park
- Myrtle Beach State Park trips, which is just a few minutes’ drive from our house (and actually, a quick bike ride, too!)
- Taking an afternoon shopping stroll around all of the stores like Anthropologie, Current XXVII and Centro Shoes
- Meeting friends for lunch or dinner at one of the 10 restaurants (King Street Grille, Gordon Biersch, PF Chang’s, Divine Prime, Nacho Hippo, Travinia, Crepe Creations, Brass Tap, CO Sushi and Tupelo Honey)
- Watching the turtles swim from the bridge in the park, a strangely fascinating activity
- Taking a morning long walk and ending up at the Bagel Factory for breakfast on Saturdays
- All of the pretty lakes, sidewalks, trees, and landscaping – it’s a beautifully designed community!
More Photos of our Market Common Townhome
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