Historic House Listings

The Johnson House, Circa 1836. One acre in South Carolina. $325,000

March 30, 2023

Welcome to the Johnson House. Love the double side porches! The Johnson House was built in 1836. It is located on one acre in Winnsboro, South Carolina. The home features a small covered front porch, double side porches, hardwood floors, fretwork, french doors, crown moulding, wainscoting and a spacious kitchen. There are some vintage light fixtures and tall ceilings. Five bedrooms, three bathrooms and 4,498 square feet. $325,000

Contact Page Wade with Keller Williams Preferred

From the Zillow listing:


What a treasure! was my first reaction when I walked into this beautiful Antebellum classic. Built circa 1836, with nearly 4500sf, 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, front parlor and renovated kitchen. the home features an impressive and welcoming front porch with tapered columns and a tastefully ornate, beveled glass front door with a fanlighted frame, side lights and hand carved moldings. The left side of the home is graced by a two story veranda supported by four columns. Upon entering the center hall you’ll find this home is spacious and refined yet welcoming. The large rooms boast 12 foot ceilings, gorgeous, heavy moldings, hardwood floors and a mix of both plaster walls and tongue-and-grooved walls and ceilings. The woodwork and trim gives this home an air of elegance of days gone by. Though this beauty is still a work in progress – almost all of the big ticket items have been completed: Central heat and air installed, with custom made metal ductwork, roof, all new double hung, thermopane windows (plus custom blinds ready for installation), and repainted exterior. 3rd floor attic – room to expand! Finally the kitchen, which was not originally attached to the home, has been fully renovated and incorporated into the interior floorplan. Surrounded by beautiful homes in historic, downtown Winnsboro, this home sits behind a low granite wall on a large 1 acre lot. Bring your style and dreams to make this incredible historic beauty your forever home.



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