Little River SC Foreclosures for Sale

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Little River Foreclosures January 17, 2019
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$174,900
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4160 Wrens Crossing
Little River, SC 29566
4160 Wrens Crossing Little River, SC 29566
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$174,900
Subdivision: Wrens Crossing
BEDS
3
BATHS
2
ACRES
0.19
BUILT
2001
ON SITE
20Days
MLS
1820922
This inviting home is in move in condition, new carpets and laminate flooring, Nice kitchen has new stainless appliances, new paint, and gutters. fenced back yard, attached two car garage, nice...
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