3 Beds | 3 Baths (2 Full 1 Partial)
SqFt: 1,650 Sq Ft | Acres: Less than 0.25
Subdivision: Newmans Crossing
BETTER THAN NEW TOWNHOUSE! From builder grade to custom in one year! Move in ready! This owner is offering a generous $10,000 incentive to buy down your rate or help pay closing cost! Check out the link attached: “RATE BUYDOWN VS PAID CC”. Gorgeous open concept with upgraded electric fireplace perfect for cozy fall nights, and maybe even a visit from Santa this Christmas! Right next to the brand new Publix and shopping! STATION CAMP SCHOOLS! Custom accent walls and upgraded light fixtures make this home a 10! OPEN HOUSE SUN 10/16 12-2
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Directions: 386 By-Pass. Take the Big Station Camp Blvd exit. Turn onto Dawson Dr. Left onto Breaking Pen Rd. Right onto Deveron Dr. Home on left!
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