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Conveniently located in the heart of Pooler, the award winning community of Godley Station, close to shopping, restaurants, and I-95/I-16!! This MOVE IN READY HOME is freshly painted and features a formal dining room, one bedroom with full bath downstairs, fireplace, wood floors downstairs, additional bedrooms are upstairs with loft and laundry room. Always a favorite of Landmark's homes, the Spring Willow is over 3400sqft. Stainless Steel kitchen appliances included!! Advantages over buying new: larger home site, lock interest rate sooner, no extra cost for upgrades/after move-in expenses (fence, blinds, sec sys, sod). Everything is clean and ready to go! Prime location on a large corner lot with a fenced back yard at the end of a cul-de-sac. No Flood Insurance. Godley's K-8th school. This is NOT a short sale or a bank owned property. This is a GREAT HOME that is PRICED TO SELL!!


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