Historic House Listings

Off market. The porches are dreamy! On 12 acres in South Carolina. Circa 1893. $610,000

August 24, 2021

I can hear the cicadas singing! Just imagine resting on those porches! This home was built in 1893. It is located on twelve acres in Cameron, South Carolina. This home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It features original hardwood floors, stained glass, double front doors, seven gas log fireplaces, bead board walls and bead board ceilings. The property has a long drive and fenced pastures. The property has camellias, pecan, fig, pear, apple and grapevines. There is a pond on the land. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms and 3,600 square feet. $610,000

Contact the property owner: 803-747-4778

From the Zillow listing:


Nestled in the small family community of Cameron, SC (one hour from Charleston and Columbia) sits a charming, restored 2 story Queen Anne farmhouse built in 1893. This home is 1000 ft off of a secondary road and is on the National Historic Register and boasts 12 acres of pasture with fencing and cross fence. Beautiful camellias, pecan trees, fig, pear, apple, grapevine, mulberry, garden area, pond site, chicken house, barn and outbuilding, 4-5 BR, 2 Bath, with clawfoot tubs, 7 fireplaces with gas logs, wrap around downstairs porch with upstairs porch. Stainless steal appliances with lots of kitchen storage, laundry room, bead board walls and ceilings, original heart pine floors, gabled metal roof, 11 ft ceilings. Excellent well water with the option of connecting to city water, low taxes, gas buck stove in the eat-in kitchen, new electrical, plumbing and duct work in 2021. Some furnishings negotiable.log fireplaces, heart pine floors, recent kitchen update with new appliances, clawfoot tubs, deep hand dug well, 2 septic tanks (for additional home), access to city water, fenced areas, out buildings, 100+ year old pecan trees, fig and peach trees, road frontage and more. Fenced and cross fence pasture. 20 minutes to I-95 and Lake Marion for fishing and lake activities, 50 minutes to Columbia and one hour to Charleston.


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