1912 – Wagener, SC

Off Market / Archived From 2017
Posted in 2017. Sold status unknown.
Added to OHD on 10/10/17 - Last OHD Update: 2/14/18 - 12 Comments
2247 New Holland Rd, Wagener, SC 29164

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True Southern Charmer! 1912 New Holland FARMHOUSE w/ WRAPAROUND PORCH features 11' Ceilings, Extra-Wide Hallways, Wainscoting, Tung-n-Groove Walls, 4 FIREPLACES and HAND CARVED wood work throughout! Boasts 3 large BR's, 2 Full baths, XL KITCHEN w/ TEAKWOOD cabinets, oversized MUD ROOM, PANTRY and GRAND FOYER. The Refrigerator, W/D and several A/C Window Units (told rarely needed w/ High Ceilings and Energy Efficient WINDOWS) conveys. Included with this rare find is a Detached GARAGE w/ STORAGE, GARDEN SPOT and 4 PECAN TREES
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Birdie Dickerson, Coldwell Banker      (803) 957-8550
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12 Comments on 1912 – Wagener, SC

  1. That comments on AC “rarely needed because of high ceilings” is just plain WRONG!
    Sorry folks, this is South Carolina. Right now it’s a comfortable 74 degrees outside, but SO HUMID, you have to use the AC! So beware folks, if you live in SC, no matter how high your ceilings are you WILL be using the AC all summer!

    • You bet! I thought the same thing. All summer, all fall & half the spring! High ceilings and/or shade trees help only the tiniest bit, gasp! Still, I love that kitchen — invites one to sit down & jawbone a while.

      • Wagener is a small quaint little town. Very much a bedroom community, yet still close enough to Columbia. You can get there by taking the exit off I-20. I travel this route on a regular basis. Everyone is really nice. It is part of the evacuation route for hurricanes. The land is flat and sandy. If you think you don’t need A/C in the South – you are delusional!

    • Anne, I am a NC native but have spent lots of time in SC. I agree completely with you and thought the same thing when I read that statement. I don’t care how high the ceilings are, you need A/C and lots of it in our Carolina states

  2. Yes, but with the high ceilings the A/C is much more comfortable especially with the ceilings fans. And I wish that there was a front view of the kitchen stove.

  3. Housing prices floor me for most of these wonderful gems, this one is no excemption (sp?). What a sweet home!

  4. Charming and very typical early 20th century house about 20 miles from where I grew up. Sure, the SC midlands are “100 degree plus heat index all summer” hot, but people lived for centuries in this area in this type of house with no AC. The open foundation and high ceilings do make for a more comfortable home than it would be otherwise.

    • People adjust to the weather when there is no A.C. you keep all the rooms dim. You have ceiling fans in every room and all of the windows are open. You nap during the afternoon and you sleep on the sleeping porch at night. As kids, we would take a shower before bed and wrap our wet bodies in a sheet so it was damp, then we pulled our beds beside the windows and prayed our dad would leave the ceiling fan all night to cool us.

  5. I love the tongue and groove walls in all the rooms, especially on the diagonal in the bedrooms! The added closets are also nice! The large kitchen is a great place for generations to gather to talk while cooking. Needs some updates, but really a pretty house. Love the church pew on the porch.


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