Barefoot Resort Non-Residential Association represents the planned development of neighborhoods and commercial areas within Barefoot Resort, but outside of the BRRA (Barefoot Resort Residential Association). The BRRA and Barefoot Joint Committee were established first, with documents recorded in April 2000. The Non-Residential Association (NRA) properties were recorded a year later on July 25, 2001.
The NRA is made up of: North Tower Condominiums, the Fire Station (non dues paying), Conference Center and offices, Beach Urgent Care Office Building, Century 21 Building and adjacent vacant land, the three Yacht Club Villas towers, the Marina, The Retreat at Barefoot Village, and the land where the Town Center will go. Construction for the first commercial building within the Town Center is planned to be a convenience store with a gas station attached. Construction on this is expected to begin after Phase Two of The Retreat is completed.
When the new Wyndham Hotel is completed, they will become a part of the NRA. Future commercial plans are unknown at this time.
The NRA has a Board of Directors consisting of three members that are appointed by the Declarant, since the NRA is still under developer control. The NRA pays fees to the Joint Committee, as the BRRA does.
The Barefoot Resort (BRRA and NRA) neighborhoods were developed throughout four top-rated golf courses – Dye, Fazio, Love, and Norman. All four champion golf courses officially opened on April 13, 2000, a feat said to be the first such venture in history. The four golf courses are owned and operated totally independently of all Barefoot Associations. Putters Pub and the driving range building are part of the courses. The golf courses do, however, have voting power and pay dues to the BRRA.
Support amenities including pools, tennis courts, fitness facilities, docks, transportation services, along with a supporting infrastructure and designated natural and open spaces. In addition to golf, all Barefoot residents enjoy the proximity to Barefoot Landing, just across the historic swing bridge, with its many shops and restaurants, the House of Blues and the Alabama Theater.
Barefoot North Tower
With breathtaking views of the Intracoastal Waterway, the Barefoot Marina, and its own huge outdoor swimming pool, these towers are first-class condominiums.
The Tower offers roomy 2, 3 and 4-bedroom condos in the 11-story building with inside elevators and generous parking areas.
Yacht Club Villas
Like the North Tower, the Yacht Club Villas towers feature breathtaking views of the Intracoastal Waterway, the Barefoot Marina, and the North Tower pool, which is close by and accessible to Yacht Club Villas owners and guests.
The three towers, each feature 11 stories, inside elevators, private parking, and roomy 2, 3, and 4-bedroom luxury condos.
Barefoot Resort Marina
Nestled quietly on the scenic Intracoastal Waterway, the Barefoot Marina is located close to the Yacht Club Villas, directly across from picturesque Barefoot Landing.
The Marina offers 126 slips with 30 and 50 amp power hookups, freshwater connections, showers, a laundromat, North Tower swimming pool access, free wifi, and restaurants close by.
The Retreat at Barefoot Village
These luxury homes are all locally custom-built. featuring attention to detail and refreshingly unique architectural styles with emphasis on excellence. The neighborhood features single family homes, bungalows, and villas to meet the needs of Barefoot buyers. Amenities include golf membership at Barefoot Resort & Golf and access to the North Tower Pool.
Once phase II building is completed, the plan for the Town Center construction of a convenience store / gas station will begin across the street from the Retreat.
Fire Station 5
Located on Barefoot property, this fire station was built in 2005 and houses Engine 751 and the Special Operations trailer.
This is also the polling location for Barefoot residents to vote on election days.
Lakeside Conference Center and offices
The Conference Center at Barefoot Resort is North Myrtle Beach’s premier meeting and special event venue. With over 17,000 square feet of lakeside event space, the Conference Center offers many food and beverage options featuring menus created by professionally trained chefs.
Along with the office building located close by, find the Hoffman Group real estate offices, spa, and workout services, as well as generous and convenient parking.
Beach Urgent Care Office Building
The former Centex building currently houses Beach Urgent Care and Ponderosa Management, LLC. Conveniently located at the corner of Barefoot Resort Bridge Road and Club Course Drive, Barefoot residents have close access to medical care and the BRRA Management company.
Century 21 Building
Located close to the entrance of Barefoot, this building houses one of the several real estate agencies who specialize in buying or selling homes in Barefoot Resort and the surrounding areas.
NOT PART OF THE BRRA OR THE NRA:
This community of 108 home sites is not part of the BRRA (Barefoot Resort Residential Association) or the NRA (Barefoot Non-Residential Association). It is a developing neighborhood of luxury Mediterranean-style single family homes; membership to the Dye Club and access to the Dye Clubhouse is included with purchase.