105 Greenville Street,
Always wanted a Historical home but were too scared of the potential 'dig- into -your- pocket -repair- list? No worries here!! Owner did all the hard work for you (rewired/repaired/re-built) and brought this neglected, 'dusty' beauty back to its' 'gloriousness'! Located just minutes from the downtown square and famous Burt Stark mansion, this Victorian Lady boasts with history, architectural delights like ornamental woodwork inside and out, beautiful aged hardwood floors and ridiculously huge rooms with high ceilings. Immediately as you enter the property and walk the mature bricked road you feel the grandiose 'red carpet feel'. The so typical front porch of the south not only invites you to stay awhile, but to enjoy the surrounding gardens and park. Situated off the road on over 1 acre of land this property has managed to retain lots of privacy, lovingly manicured by its current owner. Partially fenced back yard is complete with ancient Magnolia trees, camellias, fountain and privacy to please the hungry eye for southern botanical beauty. Even the old well and outhouse is worth exploring! The oversized foyer introduces you to the unsurpassed magic of a historical house. Everything is oversized, rooms, doors, windows, 12' ceilings throughout! Almost every room has its own fireplace (7total). Down to the clawfoot vintage tubs in the bathrooms, the 'once-upon-a-time feel remains consistent! Priced right this home won't drain you of your resources, INSTEAD, you may immediately enjoy its beauty. Built by South Carolina Supreme Court justice and lieutenant-governor (1890-1994) Eugene B. Gary, this mansion kept its original vision intact and is a member of the Historical Registry. Mother in law suite has its own porch and entry. Directly next to the Tourist attraction, this 6 bed room estate could be a Bed and Breakfast with the best location in town. And your guests would benefit from the fiberoptic -the fastest-internet service in place. Come decide for yourself!