Welcome to The Washington House, C. 1780. Rich in both history and charm and nestled on more than an acre of land in the historic district. The expansive Colonial style home offers 5 bedrooms & 5 full baths, & just over 5200 square feet of living space in the main house. The original house, visited by George Washington, was first built on the corner of King and Fair, but moved to its current location by logs & mules in the early 1900’s. The original 4 over 4 house has been expanded throughout the years to the current 11-room home, with an additional barn that offers 2 more finished rooms & shop. Many cherished attributes include 12 foot ceilings, 7 fireplaces (6 wood burning & 1 gas), aged oak flooring & crafted mill work. The main level includes two large formal living rooms & an elegant dining room for graceful entertaining. The kitchen offers all the modern day conveniences with subzero fridge, butlers pantry, gas cooktop & wood counters, but with reminders of the past including the exposed wood ceiling believed to be the backside of the original 2nd level floors. Four bedrooms are on the 2nd level including the main suite, each with their own private bath. The 5th room is on the main level with private back entrance & sitting room. The premiere location, along with its rich history, makes The Washington House a rare opportunity to own a true piece of history in South Carolina’s oldest inland city.
Updated on September 7, 2021 at 2:40 pm