Historic House Listings

Off market. Love that porch. Circa 1900. On 1/2 acre in Abbeville, South Carolina. $179,500

October 24, 2019

Great wrap around porch on this house! This home was built in 1900. It is located on 1/2 acre in Abbeville, South Carolina. This home has hardwood floors, built-ins and original fretwork. The property is a large corner lot with flowering trees and shrubs. The home is listed on the South Carolina Historic Properties. Six bedrooms and four bathrooms. $179,500

From the Zillow listing:


SIP ICED TEA ON THIS SPACIOUS SOUTHERN STYLE HOMES FRONT PORCH…IN A QUAINT SOUTHERN TOWN…This2 story home IS spacious enough for your family and a few guests. Upon entering this home slow down and notice the fantastic details, large pocket doors, the oval glass in the front door. Stop and admire the columns and detailing in the foyer. The stairs leading to the second level are beautiful. All of the rooms are spacious just waiting for you bring your special furniture. The master bedroom with bath is on the right side of the house and the adjoining room could be a large sitting room or maybe a library. The house was originally 4 over 4 with some areaS added. Look in the back yard and image who used to play in the wonderful playhouse. The upstairs features 4 large rooms, 2 baths and a kitchen with a private entrance. It could be perfect in law suite or maybe a rental apartment. The corner lot features large oak trees, azaleas, dogwood trees, hydrangeas and look for the flowers next to the rear driveway. Abbeville has a town square with brick streets.


This beautiful home is on the South Carolina Historic Properties The following descripition came from that site in 1980 Significant Architectural Features: 2-story rectangular plan w/ rear additions; truncated hip roof w/ 2 interior stuccoed chimneys; hip roof porch supported by plain columns on paneled wooden piers w/ balustrade; porch wraps right elevation and is curved; facade 4 bays ABAC: A – pair of 2/2 windows; B – main entrance door has large oval beveled glass pane w/ decorative sidelights and transom; C – exterior stairway leading to 2nd story on right end of facade; 2nd story facade ABAC: A – 2/2 window; B – tripartite 1/1, 2/1, 1/1; C – 8/8 window in projecting room over porch.


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