0 Benjamin Johns Island SC 29455
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Great opportunity to build your home and mini farm that is not surrounded by neighbors out of every window yet be close to everything Johns Island has to offer. Currently being taxed at 4% AGR. Approximately 8 of the 14 acres are cleared with trees lining the back and down one side of the property. This portion of Benjamin Rd is a private road and Charleston County is not responsible for it's maintenance. Each lot owner pays a portion of the cost to maintain the road. Seller had a septic permit for a 4bd home that has since expired. Buyer would be responsible for obtaining a new septic permit and well permit if desired. Electric is at the power pole that boarders the property. The flood map shows that most of the property is not in a flood zone. Buyers should verify all information.
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