Tudor Revival – Orangeburg, SC – $89,900

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Added to OHD on 2/13/19   -   Last OHD Update: 2/13/19   -   17 Comments
108 Wilkinson St, Orangeburg, SC 29115

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Location! Location! Location! Property with special investment potential. Has a garage apartment and with a little vision and a little effort, you'll see something unique happen. Garage apartment has 1 bedroom, 1 bath, kitchen LR, office.
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Ken Middleton, Middleton and Associates
(803) 837-4555
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17 Comments on Tudor Revival – Orangeburg, SC – $89,900

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 9647 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Build date could be 1920s to 30s. The public records gives this as 3 bed, 2 bath, 2005 square feet so the listing details may include the garage apartment. Less than a mile to SC State University.

    • Roger Lama says: 6 comments

      You can’t list the garage, basements or porches in the square footage
      of houses.
      Only the home’s living space.

      • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 9647 comments

        1901 Folk Victorian
        Chestatee, GA

        “You” as in me? You do realize I’m not the listing agent, I’m not the one that did this but it’s the way it was presented in the listing details given from the listing sites.

      • Suemac says: 3 comments

        Not quite correct. Finished spaces, (ie basements, sunporches and guest houses/chauffeur quarters), can be included. Unfinished spaces are not.

  2. Bethany otto says: 2448 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Escondido, CA

    Well I’d have to open up that fireplace, and what great light fixtures peep out around this home!

  3. belindabg says: 28 comments

    i love it but where’s the shower??? can’t find it anywhere…

  4. Barbara VBarbara V says: 256 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1800 cottage
    Upstate, NY

    What a pretty house this could be! (I keep wishing the white paint craze would pass, but what comes next might be worse, like maybe rooms slathered in garish primary colors…!)

  5. Itisme says: 7 comments
    1942 Tudor
    El Dorado, KS

    Oh I want this house!
    Is this an area that houses always sell for above listing price?
    I can rarely afford anything that’s shown here…but this one is doable…unless the game is list for 89, knowing it will get several bids and sell for much more.

  6. KarenR says: 36 comments

    That staircase is adorable.

  7. Jen says: 75 comments

    I really liked this home and still do except for the Add on garage and apt. The back totally turned me off. Would have to tear it down. I love the back with the archway. Such a cute home this could be.

  8. Kathryn Evans says: 25 comments

    A perfect little house for someone like me who prefers Tudor Revival. Can the fireplace be opened up?

    • GloriaH says: 80 comments

      Anything can be done–it just depends upon what you want to spend. The fact that they didn’t tear up the original brickwork would lead me to think it might be fairly easy.

  9. southwest guy says: 42 comments

    Kelly, thank you for listing this house. I like this style of house. It is really cute and could be enhanced with a gentle hand. It would be neat if the wall was not load bearing between the staircase door and the door to the left. If that was opened, the wonderful stair could be enhanced. The street looks good for the price. Sorry about the nit picking on the sq. ft. You always do a great job with the information available to you.

  10. cyberc says: 92 comments

    Stunning little home for an affordable price. Orangeburg is a very poor city. Most of the jobs in manufacturing and mill work (sewing garments, towels etc) left to go overseas, where the wages paid are lower. Columbia isn’t that far away (about an hour). Myrtle Beach isn’t that far away either. The the university is a major employer, along with the Regional hospitals. I’m in Orangeburg about once a month and love the small town feel but some areas are depressed due to lack of employment. This neighborhood is well established and is family oriented. I believe this is an INCREDIBLE BUY and like an old penny, this Old House just needs some polishing. LOVE THIS HOUSE!

  11. Barbara Cozby says: 5 comments

    Okay, can somebody explain what the elfin door is for on an exterior wall?

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