2011 N Highway 17 2000a Mount Pleasant SC 29466
Call Now: (843) 425-0399
Welcome home to the Meridian. Located just minutes away from Isle of Palms Beaches, Shopping, Entertainment and Dining, you could not want for a better place to call your own. This first floor corner unit is exquisite and has had multiple updates. As you enter the home you are greeted with luxury vinyl plank that runs throughout all the living areas. The living room is well appointed and features a wood burning fire place. The kitchen features granite countertops and a good sized pantry. Bedroom number 1 is located off the hallway and has access to the screened in porch. Bedroom 2 is to the rear of the home and lets into the hall bathroom. The owners suite receives lots of sunlight and has a large walk-in closet off the bathroom which features a newly installed tile shower with bench.
MasterBedroom: Ceiling Fan,Downstairs,Walk-In Closets
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