The allure of this property in Blackstock, South Carolina, is undoubtedly enhanced by the presence of majestic old trees and striking front doors. Built in 1890 and situated on a sprawling 18.48 acres, this home offers a unique blend of historic charm and natural beauty.
A covered front porch welcomes you, setting the stage for the timeless elegance found within. The home features beautiful doors, showcasing intricate craftsmanship that adds to its character. Hardwood floors, French doors, and wainscoting further contribute to the classic and inviting atmosphere.
While the property boasts multiple outbuildings, providing additional space and possibilities, the asking price of $299,000 might be a consideration.
With five bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a total of 3,200 square feet, this property invites you to explore the potential of a peaceful and spacious lifestyle in Blackstock. Embrace the charm of the historic details and the expansive acreage, envisioning the possibilities that come with making this property your own.
Contact Daniel Timms with Hillcrest Land
From the Zillow listing:
This beautiful 1890 farmhouse on 18 acres is truly a rare find. The house is located in the peaceful community of Blackstock surrounded by fields and trees. You enter the property over a railroad tract and take a pretty road to the house. The house has 18.48 acres of mostly fields adjoining. You enter the property through the back door and go into a large kitchen and living room. Adjoining the living room is a large dining room. There is two bedrooms located on the bottom floor with a full bathroom in one bedroom. There is a half bath downstairs as well. There is a spacious upstairs with three bedrooms and for appraisal purposes the upstairs wasn’t counted as heated. There are multiple fireplaces within the house with some closed up. The house uses gas and electric for the heat downstairs. Window units are used to cool the house. There is a beautiful front porch and a screened in back porch. The 18 acres adjoining the house has multiple buildings. The fields located on the property add to the beauty of the house and would make a great small farm. The house is being strictly sold as is. I believe this house would make a great property that could be lived in right now but it does need some work. There is a 25 foot easement in the front yard running parallel to the railroad easement that the neighboring property owns. The easement is marked with stakes. This property is priced to sell fast. Call the listing agent today to set up a meeting.
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