Historic House Listings

Off market. Diamond in the Rough! Circa 1920. One acre in South Carolina. $89,900

January 1, 2022

This home was built for the daughter of Conrad Ehrhardt, he was the founder of Ehrhardt, South Carolina. This home was built in 1920. It is located on one acre in Bamberg, South Carolina. The home features a covered front porch, original hardwood floors, crown molding, french doors and some original windows. Three bedrooms, one bathroom and 1,690 square feet. $89,900

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From the Zillow listing:


History buffs, craftsmen, this is an amazing Craftsman Bungalow, built in the late 1900’s or early 20’s, located in the Bamberg Historic District designated by the National Register of Historical Places. The 6-inch pine floors, doors, and the diamond grid windows are original to the home. The bead board walls have been covered in paneling, so they have been protected for years, just waiting to be rediscovered. There is a brand new roof and the electrical has been updated. The kitchen and bathroom have been redone. This gem is just waiting on the right people to provide the TLC that is needed to restore this home to it’s glory days. This home is being sold AS-IS. Conrad Ehrhardt’s daughter (founder of Ehrhardt, SC) built this home. MOVE-IN READY!


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