Historic House Listings

In same family for a century! Circa 1910 in South Carolina. $250,000

May 23, 2023

This home has been in the same family for a century! The house was built in 1910. It is located on .59 acres in Orangeburg, South Carolina. The home features a covered front porch, porte cochere, hardwood floors, crown moulding, baseboards, music room and french doors. The home sits on property that is four lots wide and extends to the river. The house is bigger than it looks! Six bedrooms, three bathrooms and 4,000 square feet. $250,000

Contact: David Friedman with Keller Williams Charleston Mt. Pleasant

From the Zillow listing:


This historical home was built in 1910 and loved by the same family for over a century. The charming front porch (currently under renovation) and brick exterior accents ensure this home turns heads, and you’ll find more incredible features just over the threshold. Original heart pine flooring lines the space, with wide baseboards, beautiful molding, and 14-foot ceilings adding to this home’s grandeur. Oversized windows flood the living spaces with natural light, and fireplaces with unique, collectible mantles add a cozy touch – four in total! After the living room, be sure to check out the beautifully appointed den and sunlit music room – both with beveled glass doors. A few updates and a little elbow grease could bring the kitchen up to date, transforming it into every home cook’s dream! Next, tour the six bedrooms, each a generous size. With insulation overhead and underneath and some storm windows, this bungalow-style beauty requires minimal air conditioning and heating. There’s even an attached carport! The house sits on a tract of land that’s about four blocks wide, extending all the way to the river. Enjoy the peace and quiet you crave, surrounded by lush greenery and the wildlife it attracts. But you won’t be far from all the everyday essentials, with grocery stores, restaurants, and parks only 5 to 10 minutes away. Plus, Downtown is just two minutes away! Want to cast a line or launch the kayak? You’ll be strolling the banks of the Edisto River in just 5 minutes! T



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