Historic House Listings

Great porch! Circa 1850 in South Carolina. $95,000

March 21, 2022

I love that porch! Sure wish there were more pictures for this one and it does say more pictures are coming. The home was built in 1850. There is no mention of lot size, but it looks like a large corner lot. The home is located in Hodges, South Carolina. The home features a large wrap around front porch and tall ceilings. The house isn’t far from Greenwood, South Carolina, known as the Emerald City. Four bedrooms and three bathrooms. $95,000

Contact Stacie Smith with McClendon Realty

From the Zillow listing:


Come home to this lovely plantation style homestead! If you are tired of the urban grind and ready to prioritize a connection to friends, family, and togetherness, this home is the perfect location! Located in the township of Hodges, SC this property is only 8 miles from Greenwood, SC. Greenwood, known as the “Emerald City”, is a medium sized town known for having the widest main street in America and for its charm and hospitality. Greenwood is home to Lander University, the annual Festival of Flowers, numerous locally owned businesses, and Lake Greenwood. Among its many area attractions, Greenwood boasts an active Drive In movie theatre, a train museum, local breweries and numerous local restaurants. Centrally and conveniently located in the Upper Savannah Region of the Upstate of SC, this area is well recognized for its affordable cost of living compared to the surrounding areas and its proximity to many scenic attractions and vacation worthy getaways. Hodges is 40 minutes from Greenville, SC, and within a couple hours of the Blue Ridge Mountains, or just a few hours of the coastal shoreline cities of Myrtle Beach, Savannah, Hilton Head Island, and Charleston. The local area is quiet and charming, but the home itself is truly reminiscent of yesteryear. The large spacious rooms and lofty 10 ft ceilings of this home emit the feeling of grandeur and peaceful living. Some renovations and loving touches will have this home helping you make cherished memories for years to come. Bring your front porch swing and sweet tea and come home to Southern living at its finest. More photos soon. Call today for a showing.


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