Historic House Listings

Fenced pastures and a guest cabin! Circa 1910. On 5 acres in South Carolina. $499,900

April 26, 2023

Love the guest cabin! The kitchen in it is pretty cool. This home was built in 1910. It is located on five acres in Ridge Spring, South Carolina. The main home features a covered front porch, wainscoting, picture rails and crown moulding. There are pocket doors and bead board ceilings. There are multiple fenced areas and a guest cabin. Six bedrooms, five bathrooms and 3,978 square feet. $499,900

Contact Jacob M. Klarman with Coldwell Banker Best Life Realty: 803-644-5050

From the Zillow listing:


Beautiful bed and breakfast in the heart of Ridge Spring. A stone’s throw from downtown Ridge Spring this antique B’n’B sits on 5 acres and has accommodations for horses. As you walk up to the home you’ll notice the giant wrap around front porch and the fine trim work of the old style construction. Enter into the grand foyer and the feeling really takes hold. In total there are 5 bedroom suites in this home! Two on the main level and three on the upper level. Most have tile showers but two have antique style stand-alone tubs. This sets up great for the large family or renting rooms B’n’B style. Central air can be found on the main level, but upstairs each room has it’s AC unit—another useful B’n’B feature. Outside of the home on the five acres there is an additional cabin that has been renovated to be a one bedroom home built around and incorporated in towering trees, so cool it’s a must see! Multiple fenced corrals for your horses with track going around them for warm-ups and a large grass field in the rear that couple be used for multiple equestrian disciplines. There is also a structure already built that would easily make into a small barn or a good start to make a larger one. All of this nestled in mature trees and very close to downtown Ridge Spring! 20 mins to Aiken and other surrounding equestrian areas, easy access to I-20, there’s a lot going for this location. Come see it today!



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