Historic House Listings

Absolutely stunning!!! Circa, 1909 in South Carolina. $840,000

May 6, 2018

This is perfection! From the house to the decorating. Very nice job! The Wofford house was built in 1909 in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Designed by notable Atlanta architect, Gottfried Norman. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 5,200 square feet. $840,000

From the Zillow listing:


Introducing to the remarkable Charles Pinckney Wofford House. Originally built in 1909, the property has been meticulously restored over the last 10 years. Located across from Converse College, the prominent home stands out as the “gateway” for Converse Heights. Designed by notable Atlanta architect, Gottfried Norman, the Wofford House combines neoclassical architecture (with it’s generous arches and columns) with elements from the arts & crafts movement. Step through the original tongue and groove french doors into the charming foyer featuring a barrel ceiling. To the right of the foyer is the West Parlor, which makes for a wonderful study and library. Opposite the West Parlor is the inviting East Parlor with a beautiful fireplace. Entertaining is a dream with this elegant dining room and butler’s pantry leading into a gorgeous kitchen. Kitchen boasts commercial appliances, granite, large breakfast bar and custom cabinetry. Guests and family can flow right out of the kitchen onto the oversized covered porch for after dinner cocktails overlooking the manicured landscaping and grounds. Up an awe inspiring staircase, there are 4 bedrooms and 2 full baths. Both baths upstairs were beautifully renovated and feature basket weave marble tile floors + subway tile showers. The master suite is luxuriously accommodating with a fireplace, dressing room and its en suite and a very charming adjacent office (formerly the sleeping porch). 4th bedroom is currently used as a cozy den. Two guest bedrooms and a private balcony round out the second floor. Up another flight of stairs, you’ll discover a 3rd floor heated/cooled attic that makes a great storage, craft or a media room. Home has been featured in several publications and newspapers. There was not a single detail overlooked during this tasteful renovation. Come discover one of Spartanburg’s crown jewels situated in it’s most charming and desirable neighborhood.

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