West Lake At Montrose - Market C Homes for Sale

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West Lake At Montrose - Market C January 16, 2019
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1368 Culbertson Ave.
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
1368 Culbertson Ave. Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
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$376,900
Subdivision: West Lake at Montrose - Market C
BEDS
5
BATHS
4
SQ.FT.
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BUILT
2016
ON SITE
79Days
MLS
1821989
Must see ~ Immaculate, like new, 5 br/3.5ba home located in the West Lake section of the very popular Market Common. This extra large floor plan boasts 3 br & 2.5 baths on the first floor & 2 large...
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