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Barefoot Resort - Park Hill July 16, 2018
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4806 Greenhaven Dr.
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
4806 Greenhaven Dr. North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
1 of 37
$319,900
Subdivision: Barefoot Resort - Park Hill
BEDS
3
BATHS
2
ACRES
0.19
BUILT
2008
ON SITE
15Days
MLS
1813935
TRANSFERABLE GOLF MEMBERSHIP! This beautiful home is located in the Parkhill subdivision within prestigious Barefoot Resort. Parkhill is the only subdivision that offers 100% landscaping included in...
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