The real estate agency says that its new listing, located in Indian Land, or about 20 minutes away from Indian Trail by car, provides potential buyers with an opportunity to live in the highly coveted Firethorne community without having to be part of the homeowner’s association (HOA). The property, with a price tag of $600,000, is expected to be especially sought after due to its desirable location and because there will be absolutely no HOA dues owed by the new owner.
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At Home in the Carolinas’ newly added listing comprises a 0.55-acre lot at 595 Ralph Hood Rd and 1.6 acres at 112 Wade Carnes Ln, which must be purchased together. The larger lot has a mobile home and a septic tank already installed, with electricity already connected, propane on-site, and cable also available.
According to Rocket Homes, which uses verified data to produce real estate reports, Indian Land homes sold for 6.5% more in July 2023 than they did 12 months prior. If this trend continues, the 112 Carnes Lane dual lot property will go up in value, making it an appreciating real estate investment for whoever purchases it.
The property is projected to attract many families as potential buyers because of its proximity to nature, the Firethorne neighborhood, known as an in-demand South Carolina location, and multiple schools. The lots are surrounded by lush trees and greenery, and the Indian Land Elementary School and Indian Land High School, located minutes from each other, are both a less than 15-minute drive from 112 Carnes Lane.
The 112 Carnes Lane property is listed by At Home In the Carolina’s Sales Associates Dee Brummett and Ted Walania. Dee Brummett has over 15 years of experience as a real estate broker. She and Ted Walania specialize in the local Carolina market, allowing them to deliver in-depth advice to prospective buyers.
At Home In the Carolinas sells properties throughout both North and South Carolina. Prospective buyers can receive expert guidance from the agency’s realtors regarding properties in Charlotte, Concord, and Monroe, North Carolina, as well as Columbia, Rock Hill, and Fort Mill, South Carolina.
A satisfied client who moved with their family of four from the Midwest to the Carolinas described their experience with At Home In the Carolinas, stating, “Dee (and Ted) were recommended to us by a new acquaintance. Not only were they professional and very knowledgeable about the region, businesses, and schools, but they became more than just Realtors-they became our friends. They worked overtime finding us the right home in the right location so that we could focus on the move itself.”
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