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SLIDESHOW: See the Grand Strand's most expensive homes for sale

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8920 N. Ocean Blvd. (Image courtesy Century 21 Boling agent Traci Miles) 8920 N. Ocean Blvd. (Image courtesy Century 21 Boling agent Traci Miles)
6502 N Ocean Blvd Forest Dunes (Images courtesy Century 21 Boling agent Traci Miles) 6502 N Ocean Blvd Forest Dunes (Images courtesy Century 21 Boling agent Traci Miles)
100 N Beach Blvd (Source: Image courtesy agent Sara Boling) 100 N Beach Blvd (Source: Image courtesy agent Sara Boling)

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Take a peek at the lap of luxury in your backyard with these pictures of some of the area's most expensive homes for sale.

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These homes around the Grand Strand area range in price from $2.5 million to a whopping $3.9 million, and are among the highest-priced homes listed on realty website Zillow.com. Click the first slide for each home to view the listing for more information.

The homes listed here are:

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