109 Fairmeadow Way Greenville

Dated: 10/09/2019

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Craftsman Style 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath home, whether you are just starting out or downsizing you will love living in Annandale Estates. It’s in the Furman Area of Greenville. The HOA fee covers irrigation, lawn care, and the landscaping, giving you more time to enjoy life. This home has so many updates such as the new subway tile backsplash in the kitchen, new custom shades, new LVP flooring throughout, new ceiling fans in the bedrooms, new privacy fence in the back yard, sheetrock and painting in the garage. The Best feature is the subdivision offers access to the Swamp Rabbit Trail when you feel like a walk or bike ride. You can hang out with your friends, family, and new neighbors at the community fire pit. Call Karen today at 864-607-0133 for a private showing.

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Karen Stokes

Being from SC since birth I am familiar with the upstate area and all it has to offer. I have resided in the Powdersville/Easley area for 25yrs because of the small town feel and convenience of Greenv....

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