1925 Classical Revival – Cope, SC

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Added to OHD on 6/14/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   6 Comments
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4006 Cannon Bridge Rd, Cope, SC 29038

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  • $249,900
  • 6 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 4128 Sq Ft
Located in Orangeburg County just 30 minutes from Santee and only 79 miles from Charleston, this magnificent Southern home is just waiting to be restored. Original hardwood flooring throughout, formal living room, formal dining room. Almost every room has a fireplace, including the kitchen! Several out buildings and a historic County Store on the property. Windows and doors are original beveled divided light panes. There are French doors between the formal rooms and built in cabinets that are original to the home. Bathrooms have room to spare, storage in every bedroom as well as bathrooms. 10ft. plus ceilings on first and second floor. Spacious halls and wide staircase. A 2 car garage was added to the home. Seller is parceling out the 3.84 acres around the home prior to closing. Call listing agent for more information or an appointment to see.
Contact Information
Martha Marrero, Drayton Realty Group
(843) 407-5232
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6 Comments on 1925 Classical Revival – Cope, SC

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  1. dunamovindunamovin says: 187 comments

    If I’m reading this correctly the acreage does not go with the house. It is being sold separately or parceled out possibly before sale of the house.
    Is that correct?

  2. annenduffannenduff says: 33 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1860 Carolina farm house

    It probably means he’s sold the avcerage to a developer and is selling the house separately, on a postage size lot. So it will most likely end up in the middle of a development of ugly new mcmansions or worse. I’ve seen this happen a lot with old plantation homes with acerage.

    • CharlestonJohnCharlestonJohn says: 1090 comments
      OHD Supporter

      Charleston, SC

      I don’t think that’s likely to happen in this area. This house is in the middle of rural SC farm country miles from anything resembling tract housing or McMansions. It appears most of the surrounding land was planted pines that were recently harvested. If someone is interested in the house, I’m sure the listing agent would know the plans for the property.
      The house itself is a nice example of the brick Classical Revival style, and the front porch is a near perfect twin of the porch on the house my wife grew up in about 50 miles from here. The porch swing is even in the same place.

  3. BethanyBethany says: 3486 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    What a lovely home. If I were lucky enough to buy it, I’d certainly want to try and get the acreage as well, if possible.

  4. John ShifletJohn Shiflet says: 5635 comments
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    1897 Queen Anne Colonial
    Cadiz, OH

    This house bears some similarities with George Barber’s Georgian Revival style homes from the later editions of Modern Dwellings. The interior, however, doesn’t read as Barber and by 1925 Geo. Barber had long passed away (1915) and I doubt any of his old house plans were still around. The interior looks to be pure 1920’s with a Colonial Revival flavor. Unusual to see such a formal design out in a rural setting. The house comes with extras including a “country store” (?) structure. Might be a suitable structure for a country primitives antiques shop (people will travel for miles to find an out of the way antiques shop) or seasonal fruit/veggies stand. Not sure if the soils are suitable for a fruit orchard or produce garden.


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