Located in beautiful Spring Knoll, this 3 bedroom, 2 bath, one level home sits on a large corner lot.
The living and master bedroom have open, vaulted cathedral ceilings.
The kitchen has a disposal, dishwasher, pantry and smooth surface range.
The master bedroom is highlighted with a walk in closet, double vanity, separate shower and garden tub.
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Located on beautiful Lake Murray, this 5 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom home is luxurious throughout.
Enjoy the large front porch then through the front door to the spacious cathedral ceiling foyer.
The dining room is on your immediate left, then into the high ceiling living room with a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace.
The kitchen has granite and quartz countertops, with a convection double oven, island and butler's panty.
Additional features include a built-in microwave, recessed lighting, a tankless water heater and a water softener unit.
The first floor large master bedroom has high ceilings, an over-sized closet and an enormous bathroom with a separate shower, water closet and whirlpool.
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863 Willow Cove Road, Chapin, SC 29036
Bedrooms 2 and 3 are also located on the first floor with ceiling fans and private closets.
Upstairs features 2 more bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms with plenty of room for friends and family; also a media room.
The house also features solid wood plantation shutters, repurposed 100 year old heart pine floors and an unfinished storage room.
All this on 1.27 acres with 157' water frontage, with a private dock and back porch to enjoy the views.
Along with the beauty of this home comes the awarding winning Lexington/Richland School District 5.
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