Historic House Listings

The Livingston-Stribling House, Circa 1885. One acre in South Carolina. $450,000

March 29, 2020

The Livingston-Stribling house was built in 1885. It is located on one acre in Seneca, South Carolina. This home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The home has original hardwood floors and millwork. Love the porch. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 3,940 square feet. $450,000

Contact Jan Bradshaw: 866-632-6267

From the Zillow listing:


Amazing opportunity awaits! If you’ve been waiting for the perfect historic home to start making memories in or maybe open your own B&B…you just found it in this move in ready piece of history. This stunning property is a ‘must see’?. Words and photos can not begin to do it justice. This 1885 Victorian brings inspired quality of living with convenient, modern upgrades providing the absolute best of both worlds. Spacious elegant rooms are beautifully detailed. Millwork and Architectural Detailing make this a one-of-a-kind very special home filled with life and charm. Large Living, Parlor and Dining Rooms flow onto wrap-around porches that are enjoyed 9 months a year in this beautiful Upstate South Carolina climate. Living spaces extend to the outside with 1, 700 + sq. ft. of porches and decks. The home is situated on the highest point in Seneca, which means that cooling breezes from the north make this a unique micro-climate. The large kitchen with breakfast area and keeping area make this property ideal for entertaining family and friends or even a B&B or AirBnB. All systems -Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing have been upgraded to code. All updates have been done in accordance with the National Parks Guidelines for Historic Register. The property is listed on the register as the “Livingston-Stribling House”. Proximity to Clemson University (7 miles away), the Blue Ridge mountains, nearby whitewater rafting, and 3 nearby lakes (Lake Hartwell, Lake Keowee and Lake Jocasee) make this a wonderful destination for sports and outdoor enthusiasts. Seneca offers many local events, including Jazz on the Alley, 2 new breweries and much more within a short walk from the property. Nearby Clemson sporting events keep accommodations booked up many weekends throughout the year. Owned by an architect, there are plans available detailing 2 additional bathrooms on the upper level with minimal cost. Call for more details.
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