Historic House Listings

Beautiful! The Haigler House, Circa 1893. On 13 acres in South Carolina. $750,000

September 26, 2023

This sure is a beautiful house! Love the screen doors! The Haigler House was built in 1893. It is located on 13.66 acres in Cameron, South Carolina. The home features double front porches, beautiful screen doors, hardwood floors, wainscoting, bead board and stained glass windows. There is crown moulding, original mantels and a spacious kitchen. This home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms and 3,800 square feet. $750,000

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From the Zillow listing:


Welcome to the Haigler House which was constructed in 1893 by Thomas Shadrack Haigler and located in Calhoun County South Carolina. This home is a Queen Anne accentuated with Victorian accents. It is the quintessential Southern farmhouse situated on an impressive estate of under 13 acres of prime pasture complete with livestock, fig trees, pecan trees and lush beauty as far as the eye can see. Cameron South Carolina is rural and has that small town feel, but is conveniently located in the middle of Charleston and Columbia. Comforts such as groceries, restaurants, retail, hospitals can be found within a short 15 minute drive in Orangeburg SC. This is a lovely way to experience country loving and not have to sacrifice proximity to major cities. The home was constructed in 1893, and it is located on the National Historic Register. The link to the Historic register website is in the agent notes as well as a PDF print out in the documents section. Interior: The owner spared no expense in this renovation which tastefully compliments the home’s original beauty and architectural composition. 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, + flex room, 7 gas fireplaces, 10+ foot ceilings, original heart of pine flooring and craftsmanship/carpentry that is unmatched in quality. Exterior: 3000sq ft of dual covered porches, ornate woodworking, original brickwork and stained glass doors/oversized windows, tin roofing and many outbuildings and fenced pastures for your livestock. The home has undergone some significant renovations & improvements since the current has resided there. This includes two new HVAC units, fully encapsulated crawl space, completely renovated kitchen, refinished floors, upgraded insulation, painting and detailed trim work throughout, new large gas tanks for convenience, recently pumped septic, new fencing, and immaculate pride in ownership make this historic property turnkey- so come enjoy sipping your coffee on your porch while looking over your grand southern estate!



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