1311 Appling Drive Mount Pleasant SC 29464
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Charming row house for sale in Watermark! Bright & open floor plan with tons of natural light and stunning designer finishes throughout. Hardwood floors, cove crown molding, and designer lighting highlight just a few of the features that make this home special. As you enter the home, a generous office (or formal dining) is off the foyer and leads to an open kitchen, breakfast nook, and family room. Upstairs, the master bedroom features a large walk-in closet and private ensuite bathroom with double vanity, soaking tub, and separate shower. Two more bedrooms plus a full bathroom are also upstairs. This home offers a fenced-in backyard with flowering confederate jasmine, peach tree, and raised garden bed, plus a detached 2-car garage.
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