Do you want to live in an established neighborhood close to everything? Woulnd't you like to have some trees in your yard you can put a hammock? Wouldn't you like a little privacy in your house and not see what your neighbor is cooking on the stove? Then the Whitehall subdivision is for you.
The Whitehall subdivision was started in 1960 and was originally developed by Michael J. Mungo. The neighborhood had several quality builders participating. Today it is still a beautiful, down home neighborhood. Did you know that it has 3 ponds in it?
The Whitehall Homeowners Association is a not profit, not mandatory operation that found the need for community spirit, secure and protect the neighborhood environment and promote recycling efforts and and encourage compliance with deed restrictions and covenants.
Are you looking to purchase a home in the near future? Check out these oldies but goodies in The Whitehall Subdivision.
Chapin, SC is known as "The Capital of Lake Murray" and with good reason. The residents of Chapin enjoy a relaxed lifestyle with the convenience of the city. Columbia, SC is just a quick 20 minute drive and shopping is even closer.You are embarking on an exciting journey, be sure that you find agents that will take time and share your enthusiasm during this process.
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120 Pacific Avenue$192,400 Single Family 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1
"Maria Kitchens was a hard working and very thorough agent. She definitely fought to get us the best deal and made sure she read over EVERY detail of the contract to make sure that everything was perfect for us. She also went over the house several times to make sure it was cleaned and that the water pressure issue was taken care of. This is the third house we bought and she definitely was our hardest working agent. We felt like she genuinely cared about our family and we felt comfortable enough to ask her for advice on other issues not even pertaining to the purchase of our home. She was definitely the kind of person you want to meet first when moving into a new area. She is the epitome of "southern hospitality" :) "