Concord Estates (in Sumter County, SC) Populated Place Profile

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Concord Estates (GNIS FID: 1244498) is a populated place located in Sumter County at latitude 33.882 and longitude -80.319.

The elevation of Concord Estates is 144 feet. Concord Estates appears on the Sumter East U.S. Geological Survey Map. Sumter County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

South Sumter, SC (2.4 miles NW)
Sumter, SC (3.1 miles NNW)
Lakewood, SC (3.1 miles SW)
East Sumter, SC (3.4 miles NNE)
Mulberry, SC (4.9 miles N)
Privateer, SC (6.4 miles WSW)
Cane Savannah, SC (7.6 miles W)
Oswego, SC (8.9 miles NNE)
Cherryvale, SC (9.5 miles WNW)
Mayesville, SC (9.7 miles NE)

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Leawood, SC (< 0.1 mile)
Forest Heights, SC (< 0.1 mile)
Shannontown, SC (1.4 miles WNW)
Tiller Circle, SC (1.4 miles W)
Martin Subdivision, SC (1.4 miles W)
Kingman Heights, SC (1.4 miles NW)
Green Acres, SC (1.4 miles N)
Brady Heights, SC (1.4 miles NW)

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