* Flexible Financing
* No Prepayment Penalty
* No Credit Check
List Price – $38,765
Down Payment – $10,000
Monthly Payment – $477
Term – 84 months
Interest Rate – 9.99%
Doc Fee – $500 (due with Down Payment)
Discounted Cash Price – $32,950
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Nestled just 10 minutes outside of Aiken, you’ll find this quiet 2.95 acre lot. Build or place your ideal home here, with plenty of space for farm animals, gardening or a backyard paradise. Traditional stick built, manufactured home or barndominium would be allowed per zoning. Power at street – Well and septic needs installed.
Convenient shopping and medical can be found in Aiken only 10 +/- minutes from the property. Aiken’s thriving downtown area also offers several activities and events to keep you occupied all throughout the year. Golf, horseback riding and/or lessons, hiking, swimming and boating, among many other activities are all available in the nearby area. Explore the city of Augusta, just 30 minutes from the property, where you can find numerous golfing options, museums, unique cuisine, shopping and more. Assignment of Contract.
Edgefield Hwy., Trenton, SC 29847
TRACT 3 FOUR LAKES SEC B
Power at street
Well and septic needed
RUD – Rural District
Heavily Wooded – Fairly Level
Nearby Cities / Attractions
Augusta is a historic city with a fresh new vibe. Known worldwide as the home of The Masters golf tournament, Augusta has plenty of other things to do year-round as well. Located on Georgia’s eastern border across the Savannah River from South Carolina, Augusta is a dynamic city filled with outdoor adventures, historic sites, an amazing arts community and much more.
Watch history come to life at the Augusta Museum of History, the Augusta Canal Discovery Center and the Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson. Enjoy a nature ride through Phinizy Swamp Nature Park or explore the Augusta Canal National Heritage area during one of their daily boat tours offered year-round. Soak up the arts and culture at the Morris Museum of Art or at live performances at the historic Imperial Theatre. Shop local boutiques and stores along Broad Street or eat at one of Augusta’s best locally owned restaurants. Don’t forget to hit the greens at one of numerous country clubs and courses in the area.
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