204 Shawn Ct New Friarsgate Irmo Feels Like New

In Irmo Homes For Sale on February 13, 2011 at 2:59 pm


This house in Irmo is situated on a quiet dead end street. The sub-division is within five minutes of Columbia’s largest retail shopping district featuring over 50 restaurants, movie theaters, and hundreds of retail stores. It is also close to Lake Murray and all of its recreational opportunities.

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The four bedroom three full bath home feels like new. The interior of the house is fresh and bright with new paint, new carpet, new flooring and fixtures. The spacious eat in kitchen overlooks a large fenced-in backyard where you will be able to entertain guests and spend time with friends or family.

The dining room is bright and big enough to accommodate a large table with additional furniture without overwhelming the space.

The living room area has brand new hardwood floors that flow into the dining room and down the hallway to master suite and guest bedroom on first level. There is ceramic tile at front door entry, and steps lead from living room to two spacious bedrooms and a full bath on second level. Each bedroom features a walk-in-closet, new carpet, and fresh paint. Either second level bedroom space could be easily converted to office or media room.

Call Ellyn Nester today 803-348-4602

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Town of Irmo, SC – “Gateway to Lake Murray”

Irmo was recognized by Money Magazine in 2007 as the 12th “Most Affordable Place to Live in the Country”.

Located off the shore of Lake Murray and only ten miles from Columbia, the capital of South Carolina, Irmo was a sleepy little town of 500 people in the early 1970’s. Today with more than 12,000 residents Irmo is one of the country’s most sought after places to live.

The Cherokee Indians first roamed the waterways and woodlands of this area while following the Cherokee Trail. Later German and Swiss immigrants were the first Westerners to settle the area bounded by the Broad and Saluda Rivers and extending to the Newberry county line. Germans, using land grants from the King of England, settled the Dutch Fork area in the mid 18th century. Self-sufficient farms were established in spite of the rocky, red clay that was unsuitable for plantation farming.

The origin of Irmo tells the story of the railroad’s influence. Irmo was incorporated in 1890 and flourished along the tracks of the Columbia, Newberry and Laurens railroads on the high ridge between the rivers. The town was named by combining the first two letters of the names of two railroad company men – C.J. Iredell and H.C. Moseley.

A quarter of a century later, the largest earthen dam in the world (at that time) was built across the Saluda River, forming Lake Murray. The dam, along with the construction of I-26 adjacent to Irmo in the late 1950’s, made possible the continuing rapid growth of the greater Irmo area. The beautiful Lake Murray provides much sought after real estate along its 528 miles of shoreline and provides a recreational paradise for the residents of Irmo – truly the “Gateway to Lake Murray”.


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