SPONSORED: Built in the late 1800’s this home was originally known as “The Show Place” of the town

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Greg Coutu
Allen Tate Realtors — Lake Keowee-Seneca
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Property information:
MLS#: 20258318

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215 W South 1st Street, Seneca, SC 29678 | $569,900.00

Built in the late 1800's this home was originally known as "The Show Place" of the town. Originally built shortly after J A Wilson purchased the land November 4, 1896, only 7 owners have been able to call this home for 125+/- years. Bought and lovingly cared for since 1979 by Reverend James and Marjorie Stokes, this home now features 4+ bedrooms, 4.5 bath, parlor/study, an attached 2 car garage with an apartment, kitchenette, full bath and 2 bonus rooms (could easily be used as bedrooms, if desired). The large formal living and dining rooms still have their charm and make for amazing entertaining spaces. Your guests will take notice of many original features including the tall ceilings, hardwood floors, extensive crown, millwork and more. A rare main level primary suite has dual closets, double vanities, jetted tub and separate walk-in shower. The main home second level has an additional 3 large bedrooms and 2 full baths along with a keeping/sitting room for your guests to make themselves comfortable or could serve a great playroom for children. A personal favorite room in the home is the office/study on the second level (with fiber internet available this could be the perfect home office). Another modern convenience is an attached 2 car garage with additional apartment/living space, kitchenette, full bath and 2 upstairs bonus rooms each large enough to add closets and become bedrooms - great for extended family, in-law living or rental. This home sits on a beautifully manicured corner lot with ample parking area, brick courtyard, English garden and level grassy area. Literally walking distance to Ram Cat Alley for shopping, dining and live music. Located on a highly desirable street with beautiful historic homes and the Lunney Museum as a neighbor. This is a special home and opportunity.

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