Downtown
125 Rhett Street • Unit 200/Unit 300

Spectacular condos steps from downtown Greenville’s main street Absolutely no detail was spared in these custom bedroom ó bathroom condos with office space off living room Beautiful hardwood floors and  ceilings throughout Open floor plan with loads of light from the oversized windows and breathtaking views of the Blue Ridge Mountains Chef’s kitchen features top of the line Wolf SubZero and ASKO appliances custom cabinetry granite countertops and large center island Dining space off kitchen includes a builtin wet bar with exposed glass cabinetry SubZero beverage center and ice maker Master suite with double sink vanity marble heated floors large walkin shower and oversized custom walk-in closet Walking distance to restaurants nightlife and The Peace Center makes it the ideal downtown location Gated entry and private elevator access This unit also includes assigned parking spaces Simply a must see! Schedule your private showing today!



HOME INFO

Price: Unit 200 $1,340,000 | Unit 300 $1,490,000
MLS: Unit 200: 1405687 | Unite 300: 1405692
Bedrooms: 2 (each unit)
Bathrooms: 2.5 (each unit)
Sq. Ft.: 2200-2399 (each unit)
Year Built: 2019

SCHOOLS

Blythe Elementary • Hughes Middle • Greenville High

Sharon Wilson
sharon@wilsonassociates.net
864.918.1140

As featured in the November 22, 2019 issue of the Greenville Journal – for the most up to date information on this listing, including price and availability please contact the agent directly.

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