The columns on the front of the home came from a house where General Sherman maintained his headquarters. This home was built in 1854. It is located on 5.66 acres in Irmo, South Carolina. The home features hardwood floors, arched entryways, wainscoting, crown molding, arched windows and columns inside that came from a church. The property has a detached garage and guest house. There is also a working windmill that provides water to the well. The house clearly needs some work, possibly a new roof. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms and 4,054 square feet. $220,000
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From the Zillow listing:
“Dramatic and Unique” describes this pre-civil war mansion. Original house built in 1854, with additions later. Front columns are from a house in Columbia where General Sherman’s army maintained their headquarters while in Columbia. Fabulous chandeliers on the front. Inside columns downstairs from an old church, as well as stained glass. Separate garage and guest house. Perfect for wedding and party venues, with Airbandb. Being sold as-is. Cash only. Buyer should expect structural issues as well as needing a new roof and exterior painting. Working windmill provides water to well. If you love culture and history, you have found a true gem close in, with possibilities to explore.
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