1889 – Walterboro, SC – $475,000

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Added to OHD on 3/4/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   14 Comments
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National Register

474 Hampton St, Walterboro, SC 29488

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  • $475,000
  • 5 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • 4553 Sq Ft
  • 0.6 Ac.
Heart of the Historic District! Walterboro''s 474 Hampton Street defines Southern Charm. Century-old , protected, Live Oak Trees are draped in Spanish Moss. A Grand Oak graces the approach to this three-story White Colonial home. White Ionic, symmetrical columns support the tiled Southern Front Porch, heartily welcoming visitors. Built by Lewis Fripp in 1889, the Fripp family were Plantation Owners from Charleston that used their Walterboro Home to escape Summer''s heat. Today this grand home boasts modern amenities while hearkening back to graceful, bygone eras. Fireplaces make almost every room cozy, yet elegant. Wood floors flow throughout the home. The first floor offers soaring 12-foot Ceilings and 9-foot Ceilings grace the other floors. This historic home was designed for gracious entertaining and the attention to detail is evident in beautiful crown moldings and much more. A Master Suite with jetted-tub Private Bathroom and Walk-In Closet are on the first floor, as well as, a Foyer with Office on one side and formal French Doors on the other side. Adjacent to the formal Dining Room is the fully-equipped Kitchen. French Doors open to the backyard, full of colorful plantings, from the comfortable Family Room at the rear of the home. This gorgeous, historic property has been featured in numerous publications. 474 Hampton Street is conveniently located within walking distance of the Town''s Auditorium, Churches, a University Campus plus numerous antique shops, dining establishments and City Service offices.
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Victoria Culpepper, Century 21 Girardeau Realty
(843) 549-7512
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14 Comments on 1889 – Walterboro, SC – $475,000

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11849 comments
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    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    The National Register says this was “Built before 1905…a Georgian door surround with a broken pediment, and a balustraded balcony were added after 1931.”

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  2. Sharon says: 11 comments

    Ok only two questions, why all the grey and what’s with the fireplace in the bathroom?

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  3. CharlestonJohn says: 1128 comments

    Originally built by Lewis Fripp as a single story cottage in 1889, this house has been expanded and remodeled several times. Historical references show the second floor was added in 1912, and the portico around 1962 by Dr. John Hiott, during a conversion from apartments to a single family residence, giving the house its distinct Classical Revival look.

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    • JimHJimH says: 5127 comments
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      Thanks, that explains the overall remodeled feel of the interior. Considering all the changes they’ve done a remarkable job of creating the look of a classic southern mansion. I suppose a Gone with the Wind inspiration is preferable to the earlier Lost Cause idealogy but the urge to add giant columns remained.

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  4. Deborah Mann says: 157 comments

    Love it. I’ll take it….immediately!!!

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    • Suzanne says: 7 comments

      I don’t want to be critical but that bathtub would have to be all white for me. There is nothing else as comfortable for visiting (to me) as being able to relax on a Southern front porch with friends.

  5. FlaOHDJunkieFlaOHDJunkie says: 158 comments
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    1902 FL

    According to this wikipedia entry this was originally a one story house:

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fripp-Fishburne_House

  6. Bigrog says: 174 comments

    Beautiful wood floors. I think the fireplace in the bath room is pretty cool.

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  7. Shirley Schoenherr Carey says: 87 comments

    A beauty love every inch of it.

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  8. pamibachpamibach says: 118 comments

    ooh my southern dream home!

  9. pamibachpamibach says: 118 comments

    This would be fun to decorate and bring out the charm

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