Rivertown Row Community inside Tiger Grand in Conway is a neighborhood that offers you traditional styled homes, stylish street lights, sidewalks, and a large lake. You’ll find plenty of opportunities to get outside and enjoy Coastal living at its finest in Rivertown Row.
The Homeowner’s Association Fees for Tiger Grand are approximately $63/month and include use of the pool and clubhouse, keep your street lighting functional, and maintain the commons area with attractive landscaping.
Your new home in Rivertown Row will feature open floor plans, cathedral and tray ceilings, and architectural touches that add a touch of elegance to your home.You’ll find large walk-in closets, double sinks, stainless appliances, and a state-of-the-art kitchen where you can whip up your favorite recipe or beverage each day. Many of these homes have separate dining and breakfast areas so that your family can grab a quick bite on the way out the door every morning. You’ll find a variety of bedroom offerings, an array of square footage, and exteriors that keep your maintenance to a minimum. All of the properties in Rivertown Row use natural gas heat which is sure to help your energy bills and maximize your budget no matter what the season.
The central section of Conway between Highways 501 and 701 has exploded with new construction over the past 10 years. Some nearby communities are Elmhurst, Ivy Glen and Midtown Village. For more information on any Conway homes for sale call Beach Realty Group at 843-267-4627.
Welcome to this pristine 5-bedroom, 3 bath home with bonus room in Rivertown Row in Conway. From the moment you drive up you will notice the meticulously keep landscaping...
Listing courtesy of Century 21 The Harrelson Group , Brendon Payne Expert Advisors.
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