1888 Classical Revival – Greenwood, SC – $349,900

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Added to OHD on 2/1/19   -   Last OHD Update: 2/1/19   -   6 Comments
101 E Cambridge Ave, Greenwood, SC 29646

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  • $349,900
  • 6 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 5000 Sq Ft
  • 0.71 Ac.
LIVE and WORK in this thoroughly elegant historic home. This is right in the heart of Greenwood. It is a magnificent home built in 1888. It has since been Sprotts & now Design Elements. The current owners have transformed it into a place of modern comforts and beauty while keeping the gorgeous architectural elements and heritage. The have added a full granite gourmet kitchen, storage in the back and underneath, while transforming the interior into a place of spectacular beauty to showcase gorgeous furnishings. They live upstairs, where they have added a gorgeous master suite. They have also transformed the grounds into a lovely place for living and operating a business. The back is entirely fenced with gates at both entrances. There is one off Cambridge and another off Grace for easy access, loading, and unloading. Please call with any questions, and for an appointment catered to your schedule. This is a rare and wonderful find!
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Renee Simchon, Greenwood Realty
(864) 388-0202
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6 Comments on 1888 Classical Revival – Greenwood, SC – $349,900

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  1. CharlestonJohnCharlestonJohn says: 846 comments

    Historical records indicate that the Kenneth Baker house was originally a one story home constructed in 1889 on land given to John Allen Barksdale by his father in law, who lived next door. The home was sold to Kenneth Baker in 1901, and he remodeled the house in the Classical Revival style and added the second story in 1909 while mayor of the town.

  2. AvatarAnnabelle says: 122 comments
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    1988 Log Home
    Cross, SC

    Just lovely!

  3. RosewaterRosewater says: 4542 comments
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    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    Wow what a great look. They have really great, free spirited, style without spending gobs of scrill. It’s too much of good things for me, (no cartwheels allowed); but nothing just a bit of editing wouldn’t fix. I hope they’re not downsizing. Heheheh. Tell’ya what though; I would scrape and scratch to have that SUPERB Chinois bed! That thing is EPIC. The yellow parlor with it’s dramatic (Balinese ?) mirror is my favorita; but every one of these rooms is really warm, inviting, and comfortable; if just a weeee bit tight. The kitchen just needs a more sophisticated lighting scheme; and that color in there seems at odds with the rest of the place; but no worries there. 🙂 I love the enclosed porch spaces from within, but the aesthetics outside need to be reconnoitered. Who wouldn’t love this great house!

  4. AvatarAnne Flint says: 2 comments

    It is a few blocks down from me, right on a busy corner. It is currently an retail outlet for expensive furnishings (which is why it is crowded). It is a beautiful house within walking distance to old uptown.


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