CRAIG & TAWNY PIRIE
744 Sunset Blvd
#103
West Columbia, SC 29169 Phone: 803-730-7445 Mobile: 803-730-1903 Fax: 866-570-4304 Email CRAIG & TAWNY

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COLUMBIA Harmony Township $69,000 Single Story Lots and Land
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Ocean Access Harmony Township $55,000 Single Story Lots and Land
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314 Cucumber Tree
Columbia $2,250.00 Yearly 4,158 sq. ft. 2 Storey Residential
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311 Pittsdowne Rd
Whitehall $1,295.00 Yearly 1,800 sq. ft. Single Story Residential
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524 Chisolm Way
consolidated MLS Planters Station $139,900 1,325 sq. ft. Single Story Residential
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108 Botany Drive
Dutch Creek $119,900 1,726 sq. ft. Single Story Residential
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103 Allendale Drive
2 Vanarsdale SALE PENDING
$92,900
1,100 sq. ft. Ranch Residential


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803-730-7445(Office)
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744 Sunset Blvd
#103
West Columbia, South Carolina, 29169
United States


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