Under 185000 Close To Downtown Charleston SC 2 Bedroom 1 And A Half Bath

Dated: 08/04/2016

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ImaSedge Kitchen

873 Sedge Court

$184,900 Condos 2 Beds, 1 Baths, 1 Half Baths, 1,038 Sqr Ft, Charleston

29412 - Location location price & condition all are excellent in this gorgeous condo on the marsh. Large master and 2nd bedroom upstairs with full bath. Living room, eat-in kitchen, half bath downstairs. New new new - paint, carpet, tile, kitchen appliances, steel door, ceiling fans, etc. This condo has undergone a complete facelift. Bright, open and ready to move in. Ideal location for commutes: 10 minutes to folly beach, 15 to downtown charleston. Walk to james island middle school.Roof is 8 years old, hvac sysytem maintained 10 years old, appliances are like new. Low monthly regime of $125 includes flood and hazard insurance, with exterior maintenance. This is a move in ready home in a great location.

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