Cross Gate @ Deerfield Condos for Sale

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Cross Gate @ Deerfield March 25, 2019
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2000 Cross Gate Blvd #303
Surfside Beach, SC 29575
2000 Cross Gate Blvd #303 Surfside Beach, SC 29575
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$114,900
Condo: Cross Gate @ Deerfield
BEDS
2
BATHS
2
SQ.FT.
N/A
BUILT
2000
ON SITE
10Days
MLS
1906097
EXTREMELY WELL MAINTAINED!! NEVER RENTED!! This beautiful 2 bd/2ba condo is located on the 3rd floor which is optimal for quiet and private living. Many upgrades through out this home. Dishwasher...
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