Historic House Listings

“New Bridge Farm”, Circa 1785. On 21 acres in Aiken, South Carolina. $299,900

May 7, 2022

This sure would be a fun project! Wish there were interior pictures. There is an old in-ground pool on the property. New Bridge Farm was built in 1785. It is located on 21 acres in Aiken, South Carolina. The home is also known as The Dawson – Vanderhorst House. This is the oldest home in the county still standing. This home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There are multiple outbuildings on the property and an in-ground pool. If anyone goes to see this house please get interior pictures! Would love to see inside. Six bedrooms, three bathrooms and 4,470 square feet. $299,900

Contact Team Vicki and Brandi with Meybohm Real Estate

From the Zillow listing:

 

Picturesque 21.12 acres minutes from Downtown Aiken; a rare find where you have the opportunity to own part of Aiken, SC History. The Dawson-Vanderhorst House circa 1785; common name New Bridge Farm. One of oldest homes standing in Aiken County. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. NOTE: EXTENSIVE RENOVATIONS Needed, SOLD AS IS. 2nd cottage with large old front porch also needs extensive renovations or to be removed. Ideal for the passionate person who loves to create, develop or restore property. You can feel the years of history on this land. Property is full of possibilities & potential. Build a dream home, create distinctive horse farm or homestead, restore a piece of history, develop the large tract into multiple parcels. Good road frontage with access on Wire Rd and New Bridge Rd. Stunning mature Live Oaks, Magnolias, Crepe Myrtles and extensive old plantings waiting to be discovered. This offering includes 2 parcels TP# 136-09-05-003 & 136-09-03-012. Several old outbuildings, remains of inground pool. Sellers will not make any repairs to property. No survey of record. Gated- All showings by appointment only with licensed agent present. Qualified cash & serious buyers only. NO TRESPASSING.

 

 

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