c. 1900 – Anderson, SC

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1410 Highway 413, Anderson, SC 29621

  • $399,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 2800 Sq Ft
  • 110.83 Ac.
Situated on 110.83 beautiful acres, this circa 1900's farmhouse comes complete with original woodwork, multiple original fireplaces, and some original wood flank flooring. Home itself needs work but would make an absolute dream of a home! Open field views, pasture land perfect for livestock or horses. Picturesque pond surrounded by mature trees perfect for fishing in the shade. Endless possibilities, must see to appreciate!! Home is being sold as is.
Contact Information
Holly Gunnels, Berkshire Hathaway,
(864) 226-8100

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11 Comments on c. 1900 – Anderson, SC

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  1. Teri says: 276 comments

    Love the entryway! BUT THE OUTBUILDINGS! SWOON~

  2. LoriN says: 84 comments

    Almost 111 Acres! Outbuildings and a Lake? The word Sanctuary comes to mind!
    Imagine 111 Acres between YOU & the Zombies! The farmhouse needs a lot of work from the few photos shown but I do believe that the Gaines from the TV Show, “Fixer-upper” could transform this home into a real beauty + furniture and accessories! This place is a Creative persons retreat & paradise! Move over Papa Hemmingway!

    • dreamin'bout'oldhouse ownership says: 1058 comments

      I love the Gaines … and another that comes to mind would be the lady in Rehab Addict … you just realized my dream to have enough money to purchase and hire one of those two to bring back life to a house just as this!

      • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12137 comments

        1901 Folk Victorian
        Chestatee, GA

        I don’t mind the Gaines’ show when they update “newer” homes but they love to tear down walls in older ones, hurts my heart to see what they had done to some of them (their B&B comes to mind.)

        I think if Nicole Curtis had the money to restore a home and not cut corners to save money, yup, that’d be an awesome episode to watch. 🙂

        • Dallas says: 74 comments

          I agree with Kelly. The Gaines overdo the open floor plan style. They don’t keep the integrity of older homes.

        • AntEun says: 38 comments

          I could not agree with you more, Kelly. The Gaines are a cute couple and their heart is in the right place, but they do take too many liberties with the essential design of the old homes they re-do. Now, Nicole (my hero!) would do this house proud!

  3. Pamela Siemsen says: 44 comments

    Very nice home & if you enjoy living in the country with privacy you would love this home. I am a fan of city living but raised in the country & loved it.

  4. CharlestonJohn says: 1093 comments

    There’s a lot to like with this one. A charming late Victorian farmhouse with what looks to like Colonial Revival transitional details. With over 100 acres and a pond, hunting and fishing are right out the back door. The property appears to have been set up as a hobby farm with cleared fields and outbuildings. The third largest city in the state is 30 minutes away, as is Clemson University. Lake Hartwell looks even closer.

  5. Hopeful One says: 17 comments

    I suppose it speaks of age and discontent with so many and so much affairs of the world in general but I love the house as is,where is and it could be my dreamhouse. I love it

  6. SAW says: 1 comments

    I’m not sure why there is a picture of a lake/pond. It does not appear to be on this property.

  7. says: 37 comments

    According to realtor.com, this property recently sold. I had it in my favorites here and there. The price given on realtor.com was 247k – a bargain in my humble opinion.

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