Carolina Shores Condos for Sale

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Carolina Shores September 24, 2018
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920 N Waccamaw Drive #1303
Murrells Inlet, SC 29576
920 N Waccamaw Drive #1303 Murrells Inlet, SC 29576
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$149,900
Condo: Carolina Shores - Garden City
BEDS
1
BATHS
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BUILT
1984
ON SITE
76Days
MLS
1814624
OCEANFRONT, NOT A SIDE VIEW! This condo is ready to go! Good rental history with Garden City Realty. Well maintained; entire building re-plumbed 2012+-, the elevator was new in 2012+- and the...
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