1832 – Camden, SC – $579,900

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Added to OHD on 2/7/19   -   Last OHD Update: 3/28/19   -   11 Comments
1502 Broad St, Camden, SC 29020

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  • $579,900
  • 5 Bed
  • 6.5 Bath
  • 6032 Sq Ft
  • 1.2 Ac.
Historic home located in the heart of downtown Camden. Built 1832. Known as the Camden house. Heart pine floors, crown molding, 12 foot ceilings, 8 fireplaces. Smokehouse, spring house, inground pool, balconies, unfinished basement. Front gate survived the civil war! 1. 2 acre lot for entertaining. Brick patio with an outdoor kitchen. Sun room, office. Updated kitchen with quartz countertops, prep sink, bar. Master bedroom has his and her closets, double vanity, fireplace, whirlpool tub, 9 ft ceilings, steam shower, balcony. Great southern charm, come make this your new home.
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Julie Chrisman, Century 21
(803) 781-1623
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11 Comments on 1832 – Camden, SC – $579,900

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 10086 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    I believe I’ve posted this before. I don’t know the history, if the 1832 date is from a prior home or it was a Greek Revival and received a massive update pre-1910 but I hope someone will find the history. It’s an amazing home, once a bed and breakfast and I suppose could be again.

    Some old photos with furniture: http://1502broadstreet.com/

    • Cathy F.Cathy F. says: 1850 comments

      Thanks – a lovely house, and I esp. like the color palettes of the furnishings (and wall paints) of the main LRs; colorful, yet softly so.

    • AvatarFlaOHDJunkie says: 137 comments
      OHD Supporter

      1902 FL

      There are some interesting comments on history and style on pix link you gsve including fact thst msin columns are each from a single tall tree

    • AvatarOldHouseLoverFromSC says: 3 comments
      1852 Colonial
      Charleston, SC

      The photos with furniture really help visualize living in the space. Is anyone else curious about the screen door under the main staircase? Camden is a great town and this home is beautiful!

  2. AvatarCraftsman lover says: 10 comments

    WOW amazing inside, the vinyl is siding is comical wonder whats under it

  3. AvatarKaren says: 4 comments

    I want to win the Lottery………this is beautiful…..

  4. CharlestonJohnCharlestonJohn says: 810 comments

    I believe this is the Charles John Shannon Log Town plantation house, which was documented to have been built between 1828 and 1832 in the Greek Revival style with some Federal details. The interior has obviously been extensively remodeled.
    From the Camden Tour Book:
    Charles John Shannon built his Log Town plantation on thirteen acres. The residence was probably designed by a master builder, one of the artisans who at that time functioned as architects. The house is an excellent example of Classic Revival and is recorded in the Historical American Building Survey in the Library of Congress. Some of the H.G. Carrison Cotton Company original outbuildings, such as the smoke house and the dairy, are located behind the house.


  5. AvatarPatty Moore-Amante says: 9 comments

    Wow! Would love to live there!…so perfect

  6. AvatarDeborah W Mann says: 178 comments

    Love the large rooms!!

  7. AvatarAnne Hamilton says: 214 comments

    Yes, one of the oldest homes in Camden. It was originally listed at over a million, no takers, unfortunately. The owners had the intent and ran it as a B&B for a time, but failed to make go of it for some reason. I Believe it could be a very lucrative business for the right person(S) with marketing skills. Not sure the whole circumstances, but Id be happy to help anyone interested in finding out more as I live right here in Camden!
    It is a huge opportunity at this price.

  8. AvatarNancygirl says: 136 comments

    Wow! I looked at the house with the furnishings and it is one of the most beautiful Homes II have ever seen! Love it! 💕

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