Historic House Listings

22 acres in South Carolina! Circa, 1910. $499,900

June 4, 2018

Needs some updating and some wallpaper removal, but I love this. The porches are great and the white picket fence suits it perfectly. And it’s only 30 minutes from the Tryon International Equestrian Center. Great location. Built in 1910 in Landrum, South Carolina. 22.5 acres. Four bedrooms and three bathrooms. $574,900 New price: $499,900

From the Zillow listing:


Greeted by a white picket fence, this majestic Victorian equestrian estate takes you back to the classic country charm of a bygone era. Pristinely manicured grounds with fenced pastures, ample storage outbuildings for farm equipment, boats, vehicles on 22.5 acres. A workshop, barn, a run in shed, and a party porch make this horse farm idyllic for your family and friends. Double wrap around porches, with broken red tile floors, welcome you to relax on the porch swing and white wicker rockers among the many hanging ferns. inside the 4 bedroom 3 full bath home, with updated plumbing, electrical and new windows, character abounds with original bead board ceilings and heart of pine flooring in many rooms. Enjoy three working fireplaces, a formal dining room, parlor, den, and kitchen with mud room/laundry and master bedroom suite on the main. Upstairs is the wide hall with door to the upper veranda and three large bedrooms accented with original tiled (sealed) fireplaces, mantles, and bead board ceilings. The location is conveniently located between Greer and Landrum and only 30 minutes to the acclaimed Tryon Equestrian Center.

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