297 Huntington Way – Ashley Glen Sold 2019

297 Huntington Way – Ashley Glen Sold 2019
297, Huntington Way, Williamson, Pike County, Georgia, 30292, United States
Sold $349,900 $349,900 - Residential
8635520 2648 4 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2 Garages 2019 Year Built 1000

Ashley Glen Subdivision-Williamson-Pike County MRJ Construction is offering a four bedroom three bath home with a large private deck. The open concept offers details from the ground up. Full unfinished basement with a stubbed bath for expansion. Large laundry room. Master on main with his and hers closet to die for…Extra bedroom downstairs that could also be an office, the vaulted ceilings in the living room with fireplace is the perfect place to snuggle. Expanded stairway opens into the guest suites upstairs with a large bonus. An unexpected surprise awaits you when you view this home.

Listing Courtesy of: Ann Imes & Associates Realtors. 

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Driving Directions To Ashley Glen

Congratulations! You’ve set your appointment with Jessica Horton to look at homes for sale in Pike County, and here are detailed driving directions in case GPS doesn’t want to cooperate.

From Griffin: Take Hwy 362 West into Pike County and the city of Williamson. You will pass Second District Road on the left, taking you to Fox Tales. Instead, turn left onto Williamson-Zebulon Road. You will pass the entrance to Roundtree Estates on the left. Continue Straight. Ashley Glen will be on the left at the three-way stop. The Ashley Glen neighborhood is your destination. Turning right will take you to Eagles LandingRanchland Estates, and The Reserve at Reidsboro. Going straight, you will pass Brown Station on the right and finish at the city of Zebulon

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