1902 Tudor Revival – Greenville, SC

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Greenville, SC 29609

  • $1,990,000
  • 5 Bed
  • 4 Bath
  • 5400 Sq Ft
  • 30 Ac.
107 year old castle situated on 30 acres, (additional acreage, stables, pasture available) on the south face of Paris Mountain. 10 minute drive from downtown Greenville. Built for a German baroness and modeled after a castle on the Rhine. Three foot wide granite exterior was quarried on the property. 1/3 mile gated driveway winding through a hickory/oak forest offers absolute privacy. Property has remained in the same family since 1920. A large slate patio with fountain offers stunning views from Greer to downtown and a wraparound porch offers views from downtown Greenville to Furman. Walk into the living room and hold your jaw as you take in the 12 ft high hand decorated ceiling and gaze through large three foot thick stone encased windows onto the grounds and downtown Greenville. Step into the expansive dining room then head through French doors onto a slate patio to absorb more stunning views. The wraparound front porch may be the most stunning aspect of the house with large stone columns and wide granite stairs.

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8 Comments on 1902 Tudor Revival – Greenville, SC

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  1. Barbara says: 62 comments

    Wonderful natural lighting in this house. 🙂

  2. James Cartee says: 1 comments

    I grew up at the foot of Paris Mountain- and I love seeing this place from State Park Road…

  3. Anna Turner says: 1 comments

    I had the distinct pleasure of going to this wonderful home (it was decorated with love and beauty) each week for several months. The owner and I took a Spanish class together and wanted to learn more. So, we’d sit in the dining room, the study, the patio, and learn and laugh. I have often wondered what happened to her. From the empty rooms with the walls no longer graced with the fabulous photos of her family, I surmise that they are gone. I am so sad. This home is WONDERFUL, but the couple who lived in it and reared their family there were even better!

    • julie johnson says: 1 comments

      Hi Anne I would enjoy chatting with you about the history of the family you knew. If you would contact me. juliejohnson3663@yahoo.com or 8283988748. thank you ann.

    • Anna W says: 1 comments

      I used to help clean this awesome castle. Last I heard, the owners were living in a retirement community. 🙂

  4. says: 23 comments

    AM IN LOVE ! ! and a nice parcel of land with it 🙂 but its no longer for sale ,, and I didnt win the lottery 🙁

    but what a wonderful home it is.

  5. david says: 1 comments

    It was being remodeled this time last year.

  6. David Riley says: 1 comments

    I went on a private showing of this property a little over a year or so ago. Even took video clips of the entire house and property. It was a wonderful experience, and had a hard time saying no to it. A lot of it needed to be re-modeled, and in the end, it was way more then I was prepared to get into, a lot bigger project then I anticipated. The view of downtown Greenville from there, as well as the surrounding mountains, would be worth the price alone. It was a treat to go through all the rooms, up on the roof, and all through the basement. A fine, fine property. Understand it’s no longer for sale, but some of the adjoining acreage is currently for sale.

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