Built for W. J. Montgomery. He was state senator, a member of the House of Representatives and founder of the South Carolina Bankers Association. The home was built in 1895. It is located on five acres in Marion, South Carolina. The home features a large wrap around front porch, hardwood floors, beautiful woodwork, arched entryways, wainscoting, crown moulding, pocket doors and built-ins. Six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and 7,180 square feet. $789,900
Contact Adam L. Crosson with Crosson and Company Real Estate: 843-437-6160
From the Zillow listing:
Absolutely stunning Eastlake Victorian style home located in the heart of historic Marion, SC. “The Grove” was originally the home of W.J. Montgomery and his family. He was a state senator, a member of the House of Representatives and a delegate to the 1895 SC Constitutional Convention. He was also the founder of the SC Bankers Association. His family and descendants occupied this estate for nearly a century. This sprawling 7000 square foot home was most recently used as a bed & breakfast and also as a residence as the third floor was converted from unfinished space to livable space with a bedroom, bathroom and a full kitchen. The current owners have painted the entire house, installed new fixtures, replaced and re-plastered the back stairway and completely re-landscaped the grounds. There is a guest house located over the garage with 1 BR, 1BA and a full kitchen. (currently not heated) In addition there is also a barn with 3 horse stalls and also a small unfinished basement as well as an 8×10 wine cellar located in the main house. This property is also a great venue for weddings. There’s plenty of space to park and has had as many as 75 cars parked on the grounds for a wedding. Don’t miss your opportunity to own a piece of history and fulfill your dreams of owning and operating your own bed & breakfast.
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