168 Thompson Street

Dated: 05/01/2017

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It doesn't get much better than this all brick home in South Effingham. Thompson Subdivision is an established community in Effingham that is conveniently located off Hwy 80 just minutes from Pooler. Character galore from the mature landscaping to the built-in bookcase this home is sure to impress. First welcomed by an inviting front porch then lead to a grand entryway that immediately opens to the great room which offers tons of natural light. The large formal dining room is will fit most any formal dining suit. Wood flooring throughout except the wet areas (kitchen, baths & laundry) Kitchen is updated with granite counter tops, tile back splash and stainless appliances. Large master bedroom with spacious closet, 6x10 and the master bath provides separate shower, garden tub, water closet and separate double vanities. Computer niche, large laundry room, storage building and a charming outdoor area great for entertaining. So much more to see, schedule an appointment before its SOLD.

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