Historic House Listings

Sold. Has a guest house! Circa 1900. Almost one acre in South Carolina. $349,900

February 17, 2020

This is a Facebook Follower’s personal home. This house was built in 1900. It is located on .85 acres in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Love the little guest house! This home is situated just minutes from downtown Spartanburg. There are original hardwood floors and seven fireplaces, four have gas logs. Majority of the bedrooms have private sunrooms and bathrooms. Five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and 4,100 square feet. $349,900

Contact Pam Harrison with Keller Williams Realty-1: 864-613-7059

From the Zillow listing:


Stunning traditional home with welcoming wrap-around front porch located on a .85 acre lot. This large and historical home is just minutes from downtown Spartanburg. Beautiful and airy downstairs has large entry foyer with original hardwoods and 7 fireplaces, four of them being gas logs. The kitchen cabinets have been updated, island with bar seating, ample cabinetry, high ceilings and plenty of natural light. Well maintained, this home is perfect for entertaining. This home reflects the period from the late 1800’s until early 1900’s and reflects architectural trends throughout the country. The majority of the bedrooms have private sunrooms and private baths. The dining room has built in storage and china displays. The house has a separate 1BR guest cottage and a detached garage with workshop area. This home has lots of street parking and a formal English Wall Garden. The property is located within walking distance to the Montessori School, Spartanburg Preparatory School and to downtown Spartanburg. As you tour this home you will be amazed at all of the original hardwood floors and the architectural aesthetics that this jewel has to offer. One of the bedrooms leads to the trunk room, one of the baths has a jacuzzi/steam shower. You must add this home to your list of homes to see. Call today to schedule a private tour and see how you can make this your next address.


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