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Courtesy of: ERA Southeast Coastal
Days On Market: 25
Year Build: 1947
Square Footage: 1,456 Sq ft
Total Baths: 1
Full Baths: 1
Jacob G SmithElementary School
Address: 530 E 60th Street
County: Chatham County
Neighborhood: Ardsley Park Area
Adorable Ardsley Park area home! Hardwood floors, updated kitchen and bath. Generous sized living room features a fireplace and built-in bookcases. Separate dining room. Kitchen features stainless steel appliances, gas stove, granite counters, tile backsplash, and ceramic tile floors. Updated electrical, lighting and ceiling fans throughout. Large master bedroom features a sitting area at one end. This could be converted into a master bathroom or would make a good space for a nursery, exercise room, or small office area! Fully fenced backyard, double side gate. Detached single car garage, with attached air-conditioned studio area (not included in square footage), perfect for woodshop or craft room. An alley runs behind this home; never have to haul trash cans to curb! Minimal through traffic, thanks to the landscaped traffic circles. Short walk to Habersham Village, Hull Park, and Jacob G Smith school. Convenient to hospitals, shopping, restaurants, downtown!
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