c. 1858 – Blackville, SC

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3151 Dexter St, Blackville, SC 29817

  • $169,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • 4012 Sq Ft
  • 4.78 Ac.
Move in ready historic home, built c. 1848. 4.78+/- acre yard with mature magnolias, azaleas, camellias and pecan trees. Large wrap around porches, screen porch retreat off kitchen. 4 bed, 3.5 bath, most rooms have original pine floors. Most downstairs ceilings 12', upstairs ceilings 9'. Large closets and walk in cedar closet. Updated kitchen, granite counters and two ovens. History of home going back to original owners is available. Detached garage with 3 car bays and workshop. The home is one hour from Columbia, SC and Augusta GA. Less than 2 hours from Charleston SC and Savannah GA. Historic name of home: Hagood house.
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Liana Orr, Property Pro Realty
(803) 300-0217
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3 Comments on c. 1858 – Blackville, SC

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  1. Vicki F says: 62 comments

    This is a great house as it has all the “formal” rooms but still has a very comfortable vibe. Love the rug in one of the bedrooms. I can’t tell whether it is linoleum or a wool patterned rug, but either way it’s beautiful! That dining room mantle is pretty awesome also.

  2. Laurie W. says: 1705 comments

    A lot more house here than it looks like from the outside. Nice mantels all through. Lightened up & fixed up, it could be a very pretty place. So many of these great old bargains in SC; my heart breaks thinking about the large proportion that won’t be saved as the state attracts business & fills up with people wanting brand new tract houses.

  3. John Shiflet says: 5357 comments

    In looking for clues to tie this house to the late Antebellum period, few are present. The entry with the transom and sidelights could be from the earlier period. The staircase seems oddly configured which may mean the original house stated out as a single story. I think its likely if the original house does date back to the 1850’s that it had a substantial remodel during the 1880’s-1890’s with still more changes from around 1900. Not at all unusual for a residence that remained in a family for a long time. With nearly five acres of land the property has many possibilities. It has the classic Southern wide porch which were well used in summer days before air conditioning. Still a pleasant place to congregate when the weather allows. The mixture of periods doesn’t seem to diminish the house itself.

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