The six bedroom/six bathroom duplex is a rare find along the deep water creek in Garden City Beach. Nestled in on the quiet and private Underwood Drive, this home was built by the original owner so he could live in one side, and rent out the other to offset some living expenses. With four bedrooms/four bathrooms on one side, and two bedrooms/two bathrooms on the other, use the whole space for yourself (door combines the two sides into one), or rent out one side during the vacation months to help pay the bills. What a neat concept for someone wanting to live on the creek! Each side has it's own kitchen, living, dining area, along with separate porches, laundry areas, etc. With immaculate views of the Murrells Inlet Marsh from the back of the home, there is an added bonus of wonderful ocean views from the widow's walk on the top of the home! Enjoy the sunsets on the back porch or take an evening boat cruise to wind down your day. This deep water lot had it's entire dock and seawall rebuilt approximately two years ago by Fetter Marine Construction. This lot also DID NOT flood during hurricane Matthew according to the owner. More of a beach goer? There is a beach access walkway directly across the street from the home, making it easy to navigate for you and your guests! With some TLC, this fixer upper can be brought back to life and restored to it's original glory, or if you're looking to build something brand new, this quiet and unique lot location on Underwood Drive is good for both. With a little vision and some discretionary funds, this property could certainly impress! Please call the listing agent to learn more about this property!
Listing courtesy of Dunes Realty Sales , Kyle Hawley.
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