3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom ranch 'To Be Built' in Williamston

Dated: 01/17/2020

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Lot 13 B Whilden Drive

Welcome to this new construction in Williamston offering 3BR/2BA split bedroom plan. As you walk into this well built home you will be taken aback by the high ceilings, great moldings and open floor plan! The kitchen boasts soft close cabinets/drawers, granite counters complete with a kitchen island and a closet style pantry. The master bedroom has a trey ceiling, walk-in master closet while the master bath offers double vanity and a transom window over the tub/shower combination. A patio will be located in the back of the home for you to enjoy the seasonal evenings. Being centrally located between Anderson/Greenville this location can't be beat. The historical Spring Water Park offers many events throughout the year to enjoy! Finished product in pictures is a previously built plan.

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Lori Crovello

Lori is an accredited Interior Decorator (since 2007) and also brings 25 years of training/facilitation experience to the table. With the combination of these services, she can transition your home t....

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