This looks like a sturdy house for being vacant for ten years! I’m guessing the fencing around the property saved it from vandals. There is an additional 70 acres that can be purchased. The home was built in 1940. It is located on three acres in Columbia, South Carolina. The home features a covered front porch, original hardwood floors, french doors, picture rails, original windows, wainscoting, bead board and tall ceilings. The home is situated close to Columbia, Charlotte, equestrian farms and two golf courses. Four bedrooms, one bathroom and 2,700 square feet. $99,000
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From the Zillow listing:
Imposing old home with large rooms high ceilings with acreage. Minimum Acreage is 3 acres. Seller willing to add acreage at $8,000 per acre up to 70 acres. House has a great history and once was a gorgeous property. It has been vacant for over 10 years and will need new plumbing, ductwork, floors, etc. It is NOT in livable condition. Check with lender first before placing an offer. Once renovated, this property sits in the heart of major development plans in the area. Plenty of road frontage. There are 3 wells in the property, but City water is available. The foundation and structure of the house are in really great shape. Solid as a rock. Strictly sold “As IS’. the house is close to Columbia, Charlotte, equestrian farms and two golf courses. This is the first time this house has been listed with a minimum of 3 acres.
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