LAKELANDSBYOWNER

910 Beaverdam Creek Road
Greenwood, SC 29646

 

 

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Phone: (864) 229-6356
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$457,500 - NEW PRICE - NEW construction home on OLD DUKE Electric RATE - Built in 2014 - 39.97 acres

  NO RENTAL - NO OWNER FINANCING

Features Include:

Perfect property to bring your livestock. Horse quality hay in fields.

  • 3BR, 2.5 BA - Open floor plan

  • Approx 2,455 sq/ft

  • 39.97 Acres - Both rolling pastures and mixed pines and hardwood, bottom area along the creek ... Some fencing on the property

  • Stocked fish pond

  • Custom Built in 2014 on Old Duke Electric Rate with average power bills of $27/month

  • Central Electric Heating and air with heating gas backup

  • HAND HEWN Maple flooring throughout

  • Energy efficient vinyl tilt insulated windows

  • Two (2) Gas fireplaces with hand-made Cedar mantelpieces with wood from the property

  • Two (2) custom made Barnwood doors ... (Master bath door and Laundry door)

  • Large Kitchen with Custom made Maple counter tops, Gas range for the gourmet cook, Double ovens, glass cabinet doors, Soft close drawers, Dishwasher, Double size stainless sink, Breakfast bar, Pantry, more than ample cabinet space, Breakfast/Sunroom seating area with gas log fireplace

  • Laundry room with hand-made barn door entrance, Mud sink, shelving

  • Great Room with vaulted ceiling, stacked stone gas fireplace, built-ins, ceiling fans

  • Master suite with vaulted ceiling, French door exit to back screened porch overlooking the pond, Hand-made barn door entrance to bath, Garden tub, separate Shower, His/Hers vanity sinks, walk-in closet

  • Large screened Porch with ceiling fans and views of the pond & rolling pastures

  • Large Deck adjacent to screened porch

  • Barn with 2 bays, lean-to, work shop/tack room with cement flooring & electricity built in 2014

  • Covered Front porch

  • Many "Catawba" trees, Muscadine, & Fig

  • Abundant Deer, Turkey, and wildlife on the property

  • The property boasts the largest Mock Osage Orange tree in the state dating back to Pre-Civil War era.

  • Just 12 minutes from town of Greenwood