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Historic House Listings

Almost five acres in South Carolina. Circa 1922. $329,900

July 1, 2020

The home was restored by the builder/owner. Beautiful home! This house was built in 1922. It is located on 4.5 acres in McCormick, South Carolina. There are hardwood and tile floors. The home has leaded glass windows, French doors, and a grand foyer. There are tall ceilings and original trim. The property has a pecan grove and a large garden spot. Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 5,344 square feet. $329,900

Contact Jackie Roark with the Whitmire Agency: 864-993-3923

From the Zillow listing:

 

This is an amazing historical home that has been completely refurbished by a builder, owner, who has kept as much as possible of this restoration to its original character. The foyer is grand with leaded glass doorway and a view of the spectacular staircase.On each side of the entrance area are two very large rooms, one parlor and one a formal living room, both with fireplaces, hardwood floors and high ceiling. The original crown molding is throughout this home.As you walk through its many rooms, the one thing you will continue to see are the beautiful original hardwood floors, high ceilings, fireplaces with the original mantels and the massive glass French doors. This is truly an estate property. There are even fireplaces in many of the bedrooms.The kitchen has been updated (2010)with solid surface counter tops as well as a pantry. There is plenty of counter space and lots of cabinets. There is a built-in hutch, pull out drawers, double pantries, breakfast bar and two lazy susas. And holding true to these historic homes, there is an entrance door from the back of the house into the kitchen and the large sun room with tile floors and crown molding and to large wood deck with privacy fence. There is a 20×40 covered carport/patio and the garage, new 2007, has a shop, basement and attic storage with Hardi plank siding. With over four acres of land there is a pecan grove, large garden spot and ample landscaping. Window treatments and appliances remain with the home and furniture is negotiable -home is priced with furniture and without. Home is move-in ready and must be seen to grasp the many upgrades.

 

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