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West Ashley Homes For Sale : 2032 Wild Flower Lane 3BR/2.5BA Home in Canterbury Woods
2032 Wild Flower Lane in West Ashley’s Canterbury Woods neighborhood is tucked away in a cul-de-sac. This great West Ashley home is move in ready condition. 2032 Wild Flower Lane features a formal living room, separate dining room and family room in the rear of the home along with an eat-in kitchen which opens to the family room which has a vaulted ceiling, wood burning fireplace, and a double door that opens to the deck and fully fenced backyard. Upstairs each spacious bedroom has a ceiling fan. The master bedroom has dual closets. The laundry room along with a full second bathroom is also upstairs. 2032 Wild Flower Lane had a new roof installed in 2013. The home has a one car garage. Neighborhood features a community salt water pool, clubhouse available for party rental, tennis court, basketball court and play park. 2032 Wild flower Lane is approximately 15 minutes from the heart of Downtown Charleston.
2032 Wild Flower Lane in the West Ashley neighborhood of Canterbury woods is listed by Dan Garrison with Coldwell Banker United.
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