Historic House Listings

This is super cute! Circa 1911 in Darlington, South Carolina. $239,000

April 5, 2022

This is a cute house with a great interior! The home was built in 1911. It is located on .28 acres in Darlington, South Carolina. The home features a wrap around front porch, hardwood floors, crown molding, picture rails, wide baseboards and an updated kitchen with range imported from Italy. The home is situated in the historic district and only a couple of blocks from the town square where there is shopping and dining. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms and 1,817 square feet. $239,000

Contact Laraine Stevens with BHHS Burt Jordan Realtors: 843-617-0101

From the Zillow listing:


Get the best of both worlds blending the charm and character of the old and the beauty of the new! And, walk a block or two to Darlington’s downtown “square” with shops, restaurants and businesses from your magnificent Victorian home located on a beautiful corner lot in the town’s historical district. This house has been completely transformed and renovated both inside and out blending influences from the past and the present by combining all the conveniences of today with a flavor from the early 1900’s. Replicated with so much care down to the studs with materials from its era like extra long plank upscale wood floors, soapstone solid surface counter tops in kitchen, retro-type Bartazone six burner kitchen range imported from Italy, extra long claw foot tub in second bath, retro tile and design in both baths, large doors, entranceways and moldings/trim and an exterior that has all new boards of white pine siding. To add extra character, there is a beautiful stained glass window beautifully placed in the front dormer. The large kitchen has stainless steel appliances. new white cabinets and a very comfortably sized eating area that overlooks some of the other beautiful and charming historical homes. When you step out onto your oversized front porch it may just bring back great memories of your own past or, at the very least, make you want to spend quality time entertaining, relaxing or just unwinding and “people watching” like back in quieter days. The front entranceway/foyer and laundry/mud room have been enlarged from original floor plan. This home was a labor of love by the current home owners, designed and planned so meticulously with the end result being, a one of a kind gem!



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