Historic House Listings

Bigger than it looks! Circa 1932 in South Carolina. $224,900

January 5, 2021

This house is a lot bigger than it looks with over 4,000 square feet! This home was built in 1932. It is located on .43 acres in Westminster, South Carolina. The home features original hardwood floors, vintage light fixtures, leaded glass windows, a large wrap around porch, and original mantels. I would do something with the kitchen and bathrooms. They look a little sterile to me. The home has large pocket doors, wide baseboards and wainscoting. Three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 4,355 square feeet. $224,900

Contact Lorraine Harding with Lorraine Harding Real Estate: 864-653-7653

From the Zillow listing:


At the corner of Walhalla St and W Abbey St, in the charming and wonderfully maintained downtown Westminster, sits this elegant home, reminiscent of a bygone era. With sweeping high ceilings, original details, and an amazing amount of flexible space, options are endless in this beautiful home. The front entry opens into a sizeable foyer that could be used as an extension of the living room. The main hallway beyond leads to a formal dining room at the left–with an easy access two-way swinging door connected to the kitchen. The kitchen itself features plenty of cabinet storage and a large breakfast space beside. Across the hall, a space could be used as an office/study with another door leading to the side porch beyond. Moving further down the hall lies the main bath with dual sinks and a full-size linen closet. The main floor bedroom is located conveniently beside the bath, with its own fireplace and connection to what may serve as a den, rec room, or possibly another bedroom or private study space… The rear of the main floor offers another flexible space for alternative dining or secondary living room, with a gorgeous red vintage light fixture and second full bath. Upstairs, there is further bedroom space and storage, including floored attic, multiple closets, and extra living area to utilize along with the third full bathroom. Outside, in addition to gardens that will be lovely in bloom, the yard has room to run and entertain. Two outbuildings offer more storage space, and mature trees add both character and shade to the property. Walhalla Street is a quiet residential part of Westminster, but access to Hwy 123 is conveniently only a couple blocks away. Seneca is a 15 minute drive, and Clemson 30 min. Going the opposite direction, hwy 76 is just down the road, running northwest toward Long Creek and eventually Clayton, GA. Chau Ram County park is less than ten minutes away.


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