6 Great Kitchens in Myrtle Beach’s Affordable New Homes

By Sanda Brown

The Durham by D.R. Horton


The kitchens in new homes in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, reflect the laid-back, beachy vibe of this coastal city. Even homes for sale in Myrtle Beach that cost less than $200,000 (!) have great kitchens that combine style and function. We won’t judge you if you post pictures of your amazing new kitchen before you actually finish unpacking.

1. The Jasmine by Beazer Homes
Subtle shiplap accent wall in the breakfast nook? Check. White cabinets with a latticed wine holder? Check. Two-tiered counter with an overhanging bar? Check. Additional island for expanded prep space? Check. The Jasmine plan has an amazing kitchen with all the features you dreamed of when starting your umpteenth Pinterest board.

2. The Allex by D.R. Horton
The light-filled kitchen in the Allex plan is going to be your happy space. The U-shaped counter maximizes counter and cabinet spaces, giving you the room you need to prepare your favorite meals and store that collection of mismatched dishes.

3. The Rocketeer by Clayton Homes
The Rocketeer plan combines modern with more traditional elements in this kitchen that will fulfill your #KitchenGoals. A massive island — with two counter depths — expands your countertops and gives your guests a cool place to help with meal prep. The extra large refrigerator adds a touch of luxury —plenty of room for game-day snacks.

4. The Castle Rock by Centex
Castle Rock
The Castle Rock plan features a beautiful and social kitchen perfect for entertaining (and Instagram). Light cabinets contrast beautifully with dark, wide-cut plank flooring. Your loved ones will love the eat-in island, perfect for quick meals or homework with the kids.

5. The Wisteria by Beazer Homes
The kitchen in the Wisteria plan has the features you want and the look you love. Dark cabinets give you plenty of storage space and contrast beautifully with light granite countertops and tile floor. The handy central island expands your prep space.

6. The Durham by D.R. Horton
Light-colored granite countertops and sandy-colored wood floors in the Durham plan’s kitchen embraces the beachy styles found in Myrtle Beach. A large overhanging island takes center stage in this beautiful kitchen, expanding your prep space and giving your loved ones a place to hang out with the chef.

Do you love the kitchens in Myrtle Beach’s new homes? Save the kitchens that speak to your lifestyle and personal style to your board, so HomLuv can find the perfect new home for you.


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After graduating in 2016 from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in English, Sanda Brown became a content writer. At Builders Digital Experience (BDX), Sanda helps write and edit articles on HomLuv.com and NewHomeSource.com, writes website copy for builders, and manages a team of freelancers that work on additional content needs.

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