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  • $42,000
  • 4 beds
  • 2 baths
  • 1600 sqft

Goose Creek was established in 1961, its history dates back many centuries. In early colonial times the term “Goose Creek men” was used for a group of colonists, mostly settled a few miles north of Charleston near a stream called Goose Creek, a tributary of the Cooper River. The Goose Creek men became leaders of the early Indian trade, and by the 1690s many held important offices in the colonial government.  Several colonial governors were Goose Creek men, such as James Moore and Robert Daniel.

Rent-To-Own 4 Bedroom 2 Bath double wide and it is ready for you to move in today.  This Goose Creek home is located in a gated community close to shopping center, schools, hospitals, beaches, and the the finest salt and fresh water fishing in the country.  Five minutes to the Mavel Weapons Station and the Bushy Park industrial area.  Easy commit to downtown Charleston and Mt. Pleasent with quick access to I-26 & I-526.

Rent-To-Own Details

Downpayment: $7,500
Monthly payment: $1,245.96
This payment includes Lot Rent, Property Insurance, and Taxes

Remember we can work with you to get you in the home of your dreams.

Price:
$42,000
Address:
1004 Red Bank Rd
Goose Creek, SC 29445
Square Feet:
1600
Bedrooms:
4
Bathrooms:
2
Terms:
For Sale
Property Type:
Manufactured
Year Built:
2006
Const. Type:
Mobile Home

Additional Features

Rent-To-Own Details Monthly payment: $1,245.96 This payment includes Lot Rent, Property Insurance, and Taxes

Call (843) 881-7171 for more details

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