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1551 Highway 56

Price$ 599,500
StatusContingency Contract
Full Baths3
Half Baths1
Sq Ft3800-3999
Approx Age50+
# of Stories2
DescriptionThis splendid Greek Revival era house can be your home in the foothills of South Carolina. The Golightly-Dean House constructed of brick (ca. 1784 & ca. 1830) is architecturally unique in South Carolina's up-country and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Updating for modern-day comfort includes a gourmet kitchen with granite counters and high-end stainless appliances. Hardwood floors through-out this 2 story, 4 bedroom, 3 and 1/2 bath home affords spacious living for a discerning buyer. The home is situated on 10 acres which includes a lighted tennis court and several outbuildings. Conveniently located to both Spartanburg and Greenville. See Virtual Tour.
Room Dimensions
Living Room Size is 19x18
Master Bed Room Size is 18x12
Dining Room Size is 19x13
Bedroom Room 2 Size is 17x13
Bedroom Room 3 Size is 20x13
Bedroom Room 4 Size is 12x12
Den Size is 20x18
Kitchen Size is 18x16
Style : Victorian,Other
Basement : None
Roof : Composition Shingle
Interior Features : 2 Story Foyer,Bookcase,Countertops Granite,Wet Bar
Master Bedroom Features : Full Bath,Shower-Separate
Specialty Room : None
Appliances : Cook Top-Gas,Dishwasher,Oven(s)-Wall,Refrigerator,Ice Machine,Microwave-Built In
Fireplace : Wood Burning Fireplace
Lot Description : Wooded
Heating : Electric
Cooling : Central Forced,Electric
Floors : Hardwood
Water : Public
Sewer : Septic
Water Heater : Electric
Foundation : Crawl Space
Storage : Attic,Out Building
Garage :
Driveway : Circular,Gravel
Porch :
Exterior Finish : Other,Brick Veneer-Full
Elementary School : Other
Middle School : Other
High School : Spartanburg

Listing courtesy of Kent, Clark - Blackstream International RE

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