Historic House Listings

Restored Craftsman Bungalow. Circa 1942. Over 1/2 acre in South Carolina. $178,000

June 14, 2020

The first floor of this Craftsman bungalow has been restored. The home was built in 1942. It is located on .66 acres in Seneca, South Carolina. The home has a new metal roof, new HVAC and updated plumbing/electric. The home has hardwood floors in some rooms. There is a large laundry room and an upstairs that is ready for completion. Three bedrooms, one bathroom, and 2,800 square feet. $178,000

Contact Dustin Kennedy and Associates: 864-990-2252

From the Zillow listing:


Nestled in the quaint yet growing town of Seneca, home of the historic Ram Cat Alley, this craftsman style home will make a fantastic “easy” fixer upper!! This 5 bedroom (2 are unfinished upstairs) and 1 bath home has already been RENOVATED downstairs! Including, new metal roof (imagine sitting on your covered front porch listening to the rain), new HVAC unit, new plumbing, all new electrical, floor joists, sub flooring, wall studs, insulated windows (that offer lots of natural light), and doors! That’s just to name a few! The living and dining areas flow effortlessly into the kitchen, making daily life a breeze! Your eat in kitchen offers lots of granite counter space and cabinets for storage, and there’s plenty of room for your kitchen table where many memories are sure to be made! 3 LARGE bedrooms and 1 bath downstairs, and 2 more unfinished bedrooms upstairs, the possibilities are endless with this one! A 1940’s home filled with charm and character with almost all renovations already complete, doesn’t come around every day! So don’t wait.. give us a call TODAY! Let’s get you started making memories!


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