Greek Revival – Edgefield, SC – $499,900

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Added to OHD on 12/13/18   -   Last OHD Update: 12/13/18   -   11 Comments
2182 Edgefield Highway 23 W, Edgefield, SC 29824

Maps: Street, Aerial

Price

$499,900

Beds

4

Baths

3

SqFt

3739

Acres

26

Best of Southern Living in this Greek Revival sale one on 26 + - acres. 2 PONDS! Beautiful farm setting with antique windmill. Home has mature landscaping. Grand stair case as you enter the front door. Plantation shutters in many of the homes. Large master with paneled Den at rear. Updated kitchen and beautiful Formal Living and Dining Rooms with fabulous old mantels. County dates this home at 1925 but prior owner set date of late 1800's. Outside porch overlooks picket fenced yard with large coi pond and spectacular sunsets. Old commissary building needs some TLC but offers a HUGE building for party home, crafts, etc. Call today for your private appointment to view this spectacular home.
Contact Information
Judy Pendarvis, Weichert - Pendarvis Company
(800) 375-1894
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11 Comments on Greek Revival – Edgefield, SC – $499,900

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  1. AvatarClaudia says: 11 comments

    I am in total love with this one!

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  2. MichaelMichael says: 1225 comments

    It’s interesting the county dates this home to 1925. Id say the prior owner is way closer about the build date. I love the home and especially the floor in the entry/stair hall!

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  3. AvatarLinda says: 34 comments

    It’s like they picked this out of my dreams. Lovely home. I love the kitchen!!

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  4. AvatarJames Owens says: 17 comments

    Love this house!Picture #19 is a work of art. Edgefield is a picturesque little southern town.

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  5. AvatarJeanne Smith says: 58 comments

    I’m really diggin’ the painted floor in the entry. Would this be something that was typically done in house of this era?

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    • Daughter of GeorgeDaughter of George says: 760 comments

      Painted floors were seen in American homes from the 1700s through about the 19th century, from simpler farmhouse floors to more elegant Colonial stencils. To me, nothing beats a checkerboard floor! I’ve mostly done it on porches, but I’m going to paint most of the floors in my neoclassical house. With designers like Miles Redd painting floors a la Dorothy Draper and Tony Duquette, I think we’ll see more homeowners bringing out their floors with paint. Hope so!

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  6. AvatarAnne Hamilton says: 207 comments

    The build dates given are obviously for some permited work, or something, not orginal build date. My guess is even earlier, for the orginal portons of the structure like 1840’s. Has 6 over 6 windows, and the stairway and rails are early. It’s a gem for sure. Think that price is quite quite high, even for the acreage. I guess the proximity to Aiken and Augusta maybe drivng that.

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    • CharlestonJohnCharlestonJohn says: 774 comments

      I’d agree that the initial build date is mid-19th century. There’s a similar vernacular Greek Revival house on the same road with a 1860’s build date, and I’d wager the posted house is likely Antebellum, which seems to matter for some buyers in SC.

    • Michael MackinMichael Mackin says: 1225 comments

      The floors are also a give away. Wide plank flooring started to fade out of fashion around 1860 to 1870. After that you see narrow strip floor over a subfloor.

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  7. AvatarAmy P. says: 219 comments

    Beautiful…

  8. Avatarpamibach says: 117 comments

    I’m loving this one and crying over the entry stairhall floor,leave the wood showing!love the back porch

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