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Old 11-24-2015, 07:16 PM
 
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Hi all!
I would like some input about Dunes Cove and Dunes Club. We are a younger family moving down in late spring early summer. Is it safe, are there younger families, is it residential? I really like the idea of being very close to the beach as well as to my husbands job. If you can offer any advice or other communities that would be great! Thank you
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Old 11-25-2015, 09:56 AM
 
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Ut2sc, Hello, I live in and Dunes and we LOVE it here. Very close to the ocean, very safe and a great golf course to join ( if you wish). It is NOT cheap to live in the dunes but the price is well worth it. You're 5 minutes from tons of restaurants and shopping as well. I trust you're looking for a single family home correct? Depends on availability and where in the Dunes you could pay anywhere from 350,000 to over a million easy
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Old 12-02-2015, 08:32 AM
 
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Dunes Cove is nice, and the homes are newer than in the Dunes Club residential area which were mostly built in the 70s and 80s. However, as the previous poster mentioned it is pricey living that close to the ocean. If you don't mind living a couple miles away from the ocean then you may want to consider the Barefoot area which has a better bang for the buck IMO. There are even several subdivisions that are gated. Also worth considering is the Grande Dunes area. Most of Grande Dunes is west of 17 bypass and is gated and pricey but consist of newer well built homes. However there are a couple of subdivisions between 17 bypass and 17 business that are more reasonable & closer to the ocean. Your agent will know the names of these two subdivisions, think one of them is Cipriana Park and the other Sienna Park.
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