Fuel for Hardcore Historical Home Fantasies

Fuel for Hardcore Historical Home Fantasies
Hampton National Historic Site

Saturday, April 24, 2010

1934 Port Side Plantation, Georgetown S.C.

The scariest and possibly the most appealing words in this listing is "partially renovated" -- but it explains the CHEAP $429,900 price tag on this 14 room 1934 "manor home" on the South Carolina coast north of Charleston. Three stories with EIGHT bedrooms and 8.5 baths is located in quiet cul de sac just minutes to historic Georgetown's shops and restaurants. Gorgeous live oak tree, bamboo forest and magnolia trees with private wooded setting. All brick home has been under renovation from roof (2000), new gas log sleeves in all 7 fireplaces, new windows, new HVAC for 1st 2 floors, new foundation and brick front porch. much ofthe plumbing and electrical has been rewired. All hardwood floors, crown molding, 9.5 foot ceilings thruout. Butler pantry and breakfast room. Great Room and Library. 3rd floor Renovation was not completed so bring your ideas for the rest! For a "few dollars more", imagine the possibilities. On 3/4 of an acre so there's some land. 4,720 square feet. Lots of room for lots of people. Seems like an ideal candidate for my "retirement commune" group home.

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