Courtyard At Yardarm Condos for Sale

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Courtyard At Yardarm October 19, 2018
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801 Burcale Road #C 7
Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
801 Burcale Road #C 7 Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
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$54,900
Condo: Courtyard At Yardarm
BEDS
1
BATHS
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SQ.FT.
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BUILT
1984
ON SITE
95Days
MLS
1814933
One bedroom and one full bath condo, first floor, single level and easy access. Small front porch area and back courtyard area. Neighborhood pool with nice decking. Good investment opportunity,...
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