1918 Classical Revival – Barnwell, SC – $269,000

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Added to OHD on 5/2/19   -   Last OHD Update: 5/2/19   -   15 Comments
626 Hagood Ave, Barnwell, SC 29812

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  • $269,000
  • 5 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 4664 Sq Ft
  • 1.01 Ac.
Welcome to Southern Historical Living at its finest! Greeted by magnolia & honeysuckle bordering this elegant 100 year old 2 story neoclassical antebellum home w/ portico, front veranda & balcony on a one acre lot filled with a garden of azaleas, camellias, oaks, & cedars. Massive 5 bed, 3 bath home w/ open, spacious rooms w/ large windows. Both the kitchen & family room have custom pecan cabinetry. Pine wood floors in the kitchen. Notice the beautiful oak hardwood floors w/ mahogany & walnut inlay border! Make your mark in this piece of history offering a formal dining room, great room w/ open quarter sawn oak staircase, parlor, library/office, family room w/ 2nd staircase, 6 fireplaces, laundry room, sun room, pantry, basement & attic. The pine floors continue upstairs with large bedrooms & claw foot tub in the bathroom. Detached two car garage & workshop. Nestled in the heart of Thoroughbred Country close to the Low Country of SC, this is your chance to live in southern elegance.
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Nicole Martinez, Keller Williams Realty
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15 Comments on 1918 Classical Revival – Barnwell, SC – $269,000

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  1. CharlestonJohnCharlestonJohn says: 848 comments

    Certainly a pretty example of the style, and it does a decent exterior imitation of a southern plantation house. The interior reveals its true character, however, with a typical irregular late Victorian-influenced floor plan and design features. This would have originally featured less paint on the interior wood, and it’s a shame the staircase was painted. The Barnwell County Museum has moved into the Mediterranean Revival style house across the street that had been used as library for many years, so there’s at least a few folks close by that would appreciate this fine home.

    Barnwell’s claim to fame is that it’s the closest real town to that side of the Savannah River Site, which I guess is either good or bad depending on your opinion of the place.

  2. Avatardkzody says: 279 comments

    I would just love to have the place for the garden parties I could have on that lawn. It is just the loveliest piece of property.

  3. AvatarJenni says: 20 comments

    Let me pick my jaw up off of the floor. Absolute perfection.

  4. AvatarConnie Murray says: 133 comments

    Gorgeous! Love the house and garden! When can I move in? Just kidding. Can’t move now but will dream about this beautiful place!

  5. Michael MackinMichael Mackin says: 1307 comments

    I like the house and the details. CharlestonJohn’s comment about the paint on the interior makes me wonder how much of the interior trim and fireplaces have been painted. I also wonder about the task of taking off the paint if the new owners decide to go that direction.

  6. Avatarglorybe says: 151 comments

    I love homes to remain their original character, but this one is tastefully done. The color choices are perfect & the gardens makes me faint, surely I can smell the fragrance from here…

  7. AvatarSecludedbliss says: 1 comments

    Every room would have a Frigidaire air conditioner used from April until November 1st. Lovely place.

  8. AvatarColleen J says: 1260 comments

    I don’t like painted wood either but for some reason I’m drawn to this beauty, what an amazing price for such a beauttiful house and property as well.

  9. AvatarLisa says: 33 comments

    So Beautiful!
    All of it, every inch!
    I wish I had the gardening skill of whoever is/was in charge of the beautiful gardens.

  10. AvatarPriscilla says: 31 comments

    this is a beautiful home. Thank you Kelly

  11. AvatarPatty says: 9 comments

    Oh! I am in love❤️!

  12. AvatarShirley says: 71 comments

    Just gorgeous no words for this stunner

  13. AvatarPat Deer says: 1 comments

    My ancestors are William Hagood and Sarah Johnson . Their son Gideon Thomas Hagood -m-Harriet Pickham Yonge (from Yonges Island). This is a beautiful home and I was wondering if you had any history about the house .

  14. AvatarKenneth Benjamin says: 63 comments

    LOVE this house,the style and feel are perfect!! The gardens are beautiful and even living in the low lands with its heat I could handle if I had this house.I was ready to get this one as my dream house until I saw the two schools on each side of the house.That did it. I’ll keep looking. LOve those stairs and the built in china cabinet ,

  15. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 10338 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Posted 2017, not sold yet. New agent and photos. Linked up top is virtual tour that shows a floorplan and 3D tour. Comments above may be older. At the time of this comment, open house scheduled for May 11, 2019 between 1pm-3pm.


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