By JIM PARKER
The Post and Courier
Tenants who lease homes typically gain the perks of living in a residential neighborhood. In some cases, they may be interested enough to buy.
That’s the thinking behind 229 Killarney St., a 1,346-square foot, two-story home for rent for $1,150 a month.
Bobby Bryant, associate broker with Coldwell Banker United, Realtors, says he will consider a “lease to own,” adding that the agency would look at paying some of the closing costs.
Built in 2006, the home with blue siding has been spruced up recently. “We put new carpet in the house,” he says.
The property is in Foxbank Plantation, a master planned community located about halfway in between Moncks Corner and Goose Creek.
Features of the house include an open living room with sliding glass doors leading to the back yard and patio, he says. The “fully equipped” kitchen touts cherry cabinets, pantry, laundry and eat in section.
The residence has three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths, including a powder room on the first floor. Upstairs are the master suite with bedroom and connecting bathroom and two guest bedrooms with a full bath.
Bryant says the property showcases “a nice, level backyard.” Also behind and to the side of the house is a detached single garage, he says.
The residence for lease is toward the southern wing of Foxbank Plantation. Heading north, travel on Interstate 26 to exit 209A, which is U.S. Highway 52. Take Highway 52 into Goose Creek. From the traffic light at St. James Avenue, proceed about nine miles on Highway 52. Turn left into Foxbank Plantation on Red Leaf Boulevard. Go about a half-mile to Killarney Trail. Ahead is 229 Killarney Trail.
For more information, contact Bryant at 843-270-3900.
Reach Jim Parker at 937-5542 or email@example.com.