1427 Fort Lamar Road Charleston SC 29412
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***NO HOA, PICTURESQUE 1.43 ACRE LOT, RENOVATED KITCHEN, ONE OWNER SINCE THE HOME WAS BUILT IN 1956*** Rare James Island gem with beautiful, open acres with majestic live oaks tucked away on a peaceful street in one of the most sought-after communities in Charleston. This lovely 1956 ranch home, owned by the same family since it was built, has been lovingly maintained and updated. Original hardwoods, updated kitchen and open, flowing floor plan make this home a unique find, offering what few James Island homes can offer...space! The vintage tile in the bathroom and wood stove add charm to the serenity and peacefulness of this beautiful property. The park-like grounds are perfect for gardening, throwing the football or even working on your short game!
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