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COMING SOON Custom Built Home On Over 6 Acres In South Effingham
💥COMING SOON!!! Custom Home on 6+ Acres in South Effingham! Bring Your Horses!!! 🐴🐴🐴
3154 Midland Rd, Guyton, GA
4 Beds, 2.5 Baths, 2342 Sqft
👇👇Get Notified When Home Hits the Market👇👇
🏡Move-in Ready, freshly painted interior!
🐟Enjoy Breathtaking Views of the Private Pond Stocked with Brim, Bass & Catfish!
🏊♂️Relax on the Large Patio overlooking the 20x40 in-ground Saltwater Pool!
🏇Property includes 2 Stall Barn w/Tack Room & Lean-to Shelter, 1 Acre Fenced Pasture + Horse Run, Metal Parking Shelter, Workshop w/ Electricity & Pool Storage Building, all Surrounded by Mature landscaping with Fruit Trees & Gardens!🌷
✔️Open Floor Plan Living Area with Brand New Wood Laminate Flooring throughout Main Level & New Carpet in upstairs Bonus Room that doubles as 4th Bedroom!
✔️Spacious Kitchen features Slate Stainless Steel Appliances & Corian Countertops!
✔️Separate Formal Dining Room, Office & Breakfast Nook!
✔️Master on Main with en-suite bath features dual walk-in closets, double sink vanity, garden tub & separate shower!
✔️Quiet Country Living yet so Close to Shopping, Dining and Schools!
🍎Desirable South Effingham School District!
🚗Only 10 min to the heart of Rincon, 15 min to Pooler
💥Call, Email or Text me today for more info! Listed by Dana Kessler- Realtor with Jenny Rutherford Real Estate
Born in ATL, raised in NC, and rooted in Effingham County, GA! When I'm not helping Clients get top dollar for their home, or negotiating the best deal on a new property, I enjoy cooking, painting & s....
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