A beautifully renovated all-brick ranch style home with 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths in northeast Columbia SC, which offers a very comfortable formal living and family rooms, an elegant and functional eat-in kitchen which opens to the family room and a spacious laundry room. Some of the many updates in this 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home include fresh paint, new carpet, tile and vinyl flooring throughout the home, refreshed cabinets with new countertops, a new refrigerator, oven, dishwasher and disposal. The stove, washer & dryer are in very good condition and fairly new.  This home has an inviting front porch and an extra large covered patio, a completely fenced yard with a great gardening area and storage shed.  Also included is a one year home warranty. The 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home for sale is located off Columbia’s International Corridor and very close to Fort Jackson, I-77 & I-20, just minutes to great shopping areas and excellent schools. Situated northeast of downtown Columbia, this part of town is one of the fastest growing areas in Greater Columbia. The soil is sandy and for the most part the terrain is flat with pine trees dominating the forests. Route 277, an expressway with limited access, connects Northeast Columbia with downtown. Northeast residents also have easy access to I-77 (Charlotte, NC & Charleston, SC), I-20 (Florence, Augusta, GA) and I-26 (Spartanburg/ Greenville). I-77 is often referred to as the Charlotte Corridor. US Route 1, or Two Notch Road, is the major road along which most of Northeast Columbia's commercial and retail enterprises are found. Residential development has grown rapidly and significantly in Columbia over the past 12 years, and nowhere is this more evident than in the Northeast area of town. The Northeast area of Columbia is also appealing to newcomerslooking for 3 bedroom 2 bathroom homes because so many new people have settled here over the past decade. Families are quick to assimilate into the neighborhoods. Newcomers feel very welcome because their neighbors can empathize with moving into a new city, they did it themselves.