171 Regency Circle

Dated: 10/02/2015

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Carefree living at its best! Looking for a relaxed, maintenance free lifestyle? Look no more! You’ve found it with this town home located in the Retreat at Forest Lakes. A gated community with resort style amenities that include a swimming pool, clubhouse, fitness center, tennis courts, and playground situated in the heart of Pooler with the convenience of I-95 and I-16 making for quick trips to downtown, shopping, the beach, and the Savannah/Hilton Head Airport. The end unit with 2 car garage and over 2100 sqft this home features a formal dining room which leads to the kitchen that has a huge pantry, lots of cabinets and counter space, a breakfast bar and eat-in breakfast area. The living room has high ceiling. The master is on the main level with a large closet. The master bath has double vanities, separate tub and shower. Upstairs you will find 2 additional bedrooms with a bath and a bonus/loft for an additional living area. This home is ready for move in!


$216,500

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Jeri Patrick

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