This wonderful, recently updated one-story home within DD2 schools, is ready for you! The owner has lovingly done a lot of work to the home including all new tile plank flooring throughout, freshly painted rooms, new windows, new bath and kitchen faucets, new fans and new ductwork. Roof, water heater and HVAC are also just a few years old! The spacious, vaulted Great Room with wood burning fireplace is perfect for entertaining on those chilly nights and leads into the nicely sized eat-in kitchen which has beautiful Quartz counters, freshly painted cabinets with new drawer pulls and newer appliances. Situated on a nicely sized corner lot, your fully fenced back yard offers plenty of space for gardening, pups to run or a spur of the moment cornhole game! Enjoy summer nights under the pergola too with family and friends. Conveniently located near Joint Base Charleston, I-26, Boeing, Bosch Airport, it is an easy drive to beaches & Downtown Charleston as well as shopping and restaurants. Don't miss this opportunity!

 

 

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Why I love this area~~~~

Convenient to Joint Base Charleston, I-26, Boeing, Bosch Airport and an easy drive to beaches, downtown Charleston, shopping, and restaurants.

 

The North Charleston Coliseum is the place to come for some live entertainment in the city and this events venue can seat an impressive 13,000 spectators at one time. Popular events here include musical concerts comedy nights, family shows, and even sporting events that take in performers from all of the great North Charleston area. If you like hockey then the North Charleston Coliseum is also the home of the South Carolina Stingray who play here regularly, so try and check out a fast-paced and exciting game if you are in town.

 

The Greater Charleston Naval Base Memorial was set up to honor the veterans of the city of North Charleston who have served their country over the years. The naval base was in operation for 96 years before finally closing in 1996 and as such this area is steeped in tradition. The walls of the memorial are covered in stores of the history that was made here, and there is a delightful stream that passes through the memorial and is said to represent sailors walking across a gangplank. Things to look out for here include the signature statue of the "Lone Sailor" which is 7 feet tall and  which faces the water as a constant tribute. There are also bronze pieces that represent a submarine, a landing craft, and a destroyer.

 

North Charleston is the place where you can visit the H.L. Hunley Submarine, a Confederate vessel that played a role in the American Civil War. The remains of the submarine are said to be of those of one of the oldest surviving submarines in the entire world, so don't miss the chance to come and visit the H.L. Hunley if you are in the area. The submarine was first launched in 1863, so is steeped in history and is one of the most historically significant naval crafts in the United States.

 

Opened in 2007, the Fire Museum aims to explain the history of the fire service in Charleston as well as provide students with an interactive experience that teaches them about fire safety. The museum is set up to resemble a real fire station and there are amazing touches here such as the fire prevention theater which also features live smoke. There are 20 preserved antique fire vehicles at the museum as well as period firefighting equipment that will take you on a journey through the history of fire fighting. What makes this such a unique facility is the hands-on approach to many of the exhibits such as the play area with functional fireman's pole, and this is a fascinating place to come while you are in North Charleston.