This is a rare find! See neighborhood details below property information.
516 Arrington Ave, North Augusta, SC
$195,000 – Bank Foreclosure – this 3 bedroom, 2 bath home is “under construction” and is sold "AS-IS"
514 Arrington Ave, North Augusta, SC Hammonds Ferry Neighborhood (light blue exterior)
$265,000 – Bank Foreclosure – NEW construction - Victorian style 3 bedroom, 2bath cottage with 10’ ceilings on main floor, kitchen with granite counter tops, wood flooring on main floor & stairs, Moen oil rubbed bronze fixtures, living room with fireplace, large laundry room with coat rack and storage shelves, outdoor tankless water heater, Peachtree windows, two AC units, metal roof, rocking chair porches in front and back.
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Hammond’s Ferry, City of North Augusta,SC is a quaint community on the Savannah River with several parks and, a town center with shops and restaurants including Manuel’s Bread Café which has received 5 stars on Urban Spoon. Manuel’s Bread Café offers also offers a catering service, using fresh ingredients from their own organic Blue Clay Farm. The Boeckh Park offers public access to a boat ramp, dock, and fishing piers on Hammond’s Ferry Drive. The Savannah River is a great place for a number of water activities, such as rowing, canoeing, kayaking or fishing.
Just a short walk away you can experience Riverview Park, a 150 acre park with soccer fields, playgrounds, tennis courts, picnic areas, disc-golf course, and an indoor activities center. Hammond’s Ferry is adjacent to The River Golf Club, right across the river from Augusta, GA between the 5th St bridge and the 13th St bridge in North Augusta, SC
River Golf Club: The 18-hole golf course is situated around wetlands, streams, ponds, and lakes featuring approximately 6,847 yards of golf with a rating of 72.2 and a slope rating of 130 on Bermuda grass. It has been designed by Jim Fazio and has become a favorite destination for annual Masters Week visitors.