A house filled with charm and interest on the quiet end of W Carolina in the Historic District of Summerville.Designated of great contributory significance to the district on the National Register, the current house has been dated 1900, however, there are indications the original house as a 4 room raised cottage could date much earlier to 1860.From the street the modest appearance is deceptive as the house has evolved into a wonderful family house with formal rooms at the front and a huge kitchen, sunroom, family room and playroom/office/loft at the rear.Full front and back porches span the length of the house and open from 7 sets of original French doors with transoms for exceptional light filled rooms and wonderful flow from the interior to exterior living spaces. (Contd) The house stands to one side of an amazing lot with excellent space for a detached garage/guest house and swimming pool.Ground level basement/workshop area.Great opportunity to own and make your mark on a classic lowcountry cottage.
63 - Summerville/Ridgeville
Ceilings - 9'+, Ceiling - Smooth
Ceiling Fan, Downstairs, Outsd Access
Gutters, Some Thermal Wnd/Doors, Strg/outbldg, Work Shop, Porch - Front Porch, Full Fr Prch
Architectural, Asphalt Shingle
Elev Construction, Basement
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