This seems like a really great price! The grounds were designed by Robert Marvin, who also landscaped the Governor’s Mansion and Augusta National Golf Club. This home was built in 1936. It is located on 4.7 acres in Summerton, South Carolina. The home has original hardwood floors, original solid doors with hardware, and original built-ins. The property has an in-ground pool, pecan trees and grape vines. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,564 square feet. $295,000
Contact Julie Rogers with ERA-Wilder Realty-Sumter: 803-720-1882
From the Zillow listing:
Reminiscent of an English countryside postcard, this charming 1930’s home is situated on a park like 4.74 acres in the quaint town of Summerton. So much space with 4 bedrooms, living room, dining room, family room and a sun room/office area. You’re going to fall in love with the original hardwood floors, original door knobs and built-ins located throughout the house. There is an abundance of gorgeous landscaping that includes pecan trees, grape vines, and a pear tree. If it gets to hot doing yard work no worries just jump into your large inground pool to cool off!This beautiful estate is just waiting for a new family to love it.
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