Summerville, SC Homes for Sale
Sean M. Harrington
843-701-1247843-701-1247

107 Carmon Street, Summerville, SC 29485 (MLS # 18010223)

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PRICE $1,150
BEDS 3
BATHS 1 full, 1 half
HOME SIZE 1,377 sq ft
LOT SIZE n/a

Adorable home with 3 bedrooms 1.5 baths, living room and garage converted to family room.

DAYS ON MARKET 10 LAST UPDATED 4/13/2018
TRACT Greenhurst YEAR BUILT 1985
COMMUNITY 62 - Summerville/Ladson/Ravenel to Hwy 165 COUNTY Dorchester
STATUS Active PROPERTY TYPE(S) Rental, Rental / Single Family

SCHOOLS
Elementary School Spann
Middle School Alston
High School Ashley Ridge


ADDITIONAL DETAILS
BATHS - FULL 1
BATHS - HALF 1
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Spann
FURNISHED Unfurnished
GROUND LEVEL Yes
HIGH SCHOOL Ashley Ridge
KIND Single-Family Detached
LEASE PURCHASE No
MIDDLE SCHOOL Alston
PARKING Off-Street Parking
ROOMS Eat-In-Kitchen, Family, Formal Living, Utility
STATUS Active
STORIES 1 Story
STYLE Traditional
UTILITIES FURNISHED None

ZESTIMATE
$141,417  107 Carmon Street, Summerville, SC

RENT ZESTIMATE
$1200 / mo.  107 Carmon Street, Summerville, SC

13 Car-Dependent

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