Historic House Listings

“Placid Acres”, Circa 1796. On 13 acres in South Carolina. $374,900

September 19, 2020

Love the double porches! Placid Acres was built in 1796. It is located on 13.2 acres in Bennettsville, South Carolina. There are 40 pecan trees, muscadine grapes, fig trees, and apple trees. There are hardwood floors, built-ins and french doors. The plumbing and electric have been updated. The home has a screened in porch on the back of the house. The kitchen and bathrooms have been updated. Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 3,350 square feet. $374,900

Contact Adam Crosson with Re/Max Professionals: 843-970-2263

From the Zillow listing:


“Placid Acres” Breathtaking antebellum home on over 13 acres of lush landscape. The grounds of this property are truly special. Fruit trees include over 40 pecan trees, muscadine grapes; fig trees; a black walnut tree; apples; pears and pecan trees. A florists dream!! Crepe myrtles, HUGE magnolias, azaleas, a gorgeous cypress tree and live oak tree, there is something blooming all year. This is one of the oldest homes in Marlboro County built in 1796. 4 bedrooms, 2 of which are master suites; 3 full baths and 1 half bath. Appliances are 5 years old. The electric and plumbing have been updated along with the kitchen. This update includes granite counter tops. 12-14 ft ceilings. There is a workshop and lean to on the property. The acreage makes for a perfect area for farming or horses. There is a 1500 square foot house on the property that has a one bedroom apartment upstairs, more living space and laundry room downstairs. Enjoy the beauty of your property from one of two 10×40 front porches or on the screened in porch in the back. This is a must see in order to take in all that this home has to offer.


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