Historic House Listings

Love the sink! Great price! Circa 1915 in South Carolina. $184,500

May 26, 2019

Such a great interior! And a great price! This home was built in 1915. It is located on .6 acres in Swansea, South Carolina. Love that kitchen sink and the coffered ceilings! This home has original hardwood floors, pocket doors, four fireplaces and a sunroom. The property has a large fenced in back yard with a shed and a storage building. New roof in 2011. Two new HVACs in 2014. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 3,408 square feet. $184,500

From the Zillow listing:


Landmark 1900s farm-style home on a large private lot in the heart of Swansea, just 25 minutes from Columbia. The town of Swansea was incorporated in December 1892, and this home was built 23 years later when the town started to take shape as a small but productive agricultural town known for its cotton production. Today, 200 N Brecon maintains its character and charm. The size of this property sets it apart, over 3,400 square feet with a main level featuring a master, office, formal living and great room that open or become private with large pocket doors, and a sun room wrapped in windows that was added after to the home. The main level is complete with four fireplaces. The kitchen has maintained its charm, but also serves as a functional space well ahead of its time. Upstairs, you’ll find three spacious bedrooms, a loft, full bath, and two additional fireplaces. The beautiful backyard features a shed and storage building. New roof (2011) and 2 HVACs (2014).

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