The columns on this home came from a house that General Sherman used as a headquarters during the war. This home was built in 1854. It is located on 5.66 acres in Irmo, South Carolina. The house could use some wallpaper and carpet remediation! There is original moldings, trim and ceiling medallions. The home has eight fireplaces. There are carriage house style stables on the property. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 4,054 square feet. $409,999
From the Zillow listing:
1850’s Georgian style plantation home with beautiful architectural features to include moldings, trim work, 12 ft ceilings with medallions above chandeliers. The original hardwood floors are throughout, under carpet and parquet flooring. Transom windows and French doors allow the natural light ro radiate in every room. Beautiful fire places in every room, 8 total with large bedrooms.
The bathrooms have sitting areas dressing rooms attached. Outside, you are secluded on 5.6 acres, brick driveway, and an old windmill. The columns on the front of the house are from the home that General Sherman used as headquarters during the occupation of Columbia, while large church style pendant lights hang behind them. The carriage house stables still remain on the property. Great for event venue, Airbnb, bed and breakfast as income property, or just live in the Antebellum you’ve always wanted.
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