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10920 Skyway Drive, Duluth, GA 30097 (MLS # 5987759)

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10920 Skyway Drive, Duluth, GA 30097 (MLS # 5987759)

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In desirable sought after Johns Creek area, beautifully maintained townhouse in gated. Two Bedrooms upstairs with full baths, terrace level bedroom is perfect for a teen, guest or office. Close to shopping and dining. Excellent school district.

LAST UPDATED 6/6/2018 TRACT Abbotts Bridge Place
YEAR BUILT 2004 COMMUNITY 13 - Fulton North
COUNTY Fulton STATUS Active
PROPERTY TYPE(S) Condo/Townhouse/Co-Op

PRICE HISTORY
Prior to Jun 6, '18 $303,000
Jun 6, '18 - Today $299,900


ADDITIONAL DETAILS
AIR Ceiling Fan(s)
AIR CONDITIONING Yes
AMENITIES Maintenance Exterior, Termite, Trash, Water
APPLIANCES Dishwasher, Disposal, Gas Ovn/Rng/Ctop, Gas Water Heater, Microwave
AREA 13 - Fulton North
CONSTRUCTION Brick & Frame
EXTERIOR Balcony
FIREPLACE Yes
GARAGE Garage, Yes
HEAT Forced Air
HOA DUES 235
INTERIOR High Ceilings 9 ft Main
STYLE Townhouse
SUBDIVISION Abbotts Bridge Place
TAXES 780

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Data last updated: 8/16/18 12:22 PM PDT.

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