Cherry Grove SC Foreclosures for Sale

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Cherry Grove Foreclosures November 15, 2018
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1505 Magnolia Dr.
Cherry Grove, SC 29582
1505 Magnolia Dr. Cherry Grove, SC 29582
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$250,000
Subdivision: Palmetto Shores
BEDS
3
BATHS
2
SQ.FT.
N/A
BUILT
1999
ON SITE
77Days
MLS
1818418
Great price on this home located just minutes from the beach in a quiet neighborhood with no HOA. This three bedroom, two bath home has plenty of room for entertaining with a large Living Room and...
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