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4315 Augusta Stage Coach Road

Garnett, SC 29922
  • $489,000
  • STATUS: Active
  • ON SITE: 129 Days
  • MLS #: 171546
UPDATED: 56 min ago
$489,000
  • 5
    BEDS
  • 8
    ACRES
  • 3
    BATHS
  • 1
    1/2 BATHS
  • 4,118
    SQFT
  • $119
    $/SQFT
Neighborhood:
Type:
Single-Family Home
Built:
1887
County:

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Description

Price Reduced! This beautifully restored antebellum home located in Garnett, southwestern Hampton County, SC along Augusta Stagecoach Road was originally built in the 1800's, but since then has been renovated and moved a short distance to a new 8 acre property, and has been used as a more modernized primary residence, and most recently a hunting operation's main lodge. This secluded 8 acres sits along what is commonly referred to as "Plantation Row", and directly borders SCDNR's Hamilton Ridge property, which when combined with its Palachucola and Webb Wildlife Center tracts in the area, totals nearly 26,000 acres of protected/managed land. Gravel Hill Plantation sits directly across the road from this country homesite, and the entire Augusta Stagecoach Road area adjacent consists of thousands and thousands of acres of large plantations and privately owned tracts that make up one of the best areas to own land in the region. The home itself, historically referred to as the Maner/Garnett House of Webb Wildlife Managememt Area, or the John King Garnett House, comes with a long book of documented history, dating back to the Civil War era. It reads that the original house was most likely burned and destroyed in late January 1865, by Union troops during General Sherman's march to the sea. It was rebuilt after the Civil War, then renovated and added onto in the 1920's. Its Colonial Revival Style has been preserved through the years since then. Sometime around 1999, it was moved about a mile down the road, to its current location. It was then renovated and remodeled in 2001-2002, and has since been very well kept and maintained. It was occupied full-time by the owners for years, and recently has been rented out as the main lodge for a large hunting operation. It can house a large number of guests with 5 bedrooms, 3 1/2 bathrooms, a large working kitchen and dining area, and ample common area space to sleep plenty of people if needed. There are beautiful antique wood floors, walls, trim and staircase, granite tops, custom cabinetry, brick fireplace, and many other unique interior and exterior finishes throughout. There's a large iconic porch that wraps around the majority of the home, with a large portion on one side screened in. There's planted rows of live oaks, a large loop driveway, concrete patios, and a shooting lane area. There's plenty of open space here to create what you want, wherever it's a horse or other animal farm, field or open pasture area, planted gardens, trees, or other vegetation, or some type of other venue. This would also be a great opportunity for a country bed & breakfast, or something similar if desired. Please contact the listing broker for more information or to schedule a private showing today.

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4315 Augusta Stage Coach Road Garnett, SC 29922

  • Price: $489,000
  • Status: Active
  • Updated: 56 min ago
  • MLS #: 171546
5
Beds
3
Baths
1
½ Baths
8
Acres
4,118
SQFT
$119
$/SQFT
1887
Built
Neighborhood:
Garnett
County:
Hampton
Area:
Hampton County
Property Description
Price Reduced! This beautifully restored antebellum home located in Garnett, southwestern Hampton County, SC along Augusta Stagecoach Road was originally built in the 1800's, but since then has been renovated and moved a short distance to a new 8 acre property, and has been used as a more modernized primary residence, and most recently a hunting operation's main lodge. This secluded 8 acres sits along what is commonly referred to as "Plantation Row", and directly borders SCDNR's Hamilton Ridge property, which when combined with its Palachucola and Webb Wildlife Center tracts in the area, totals nearly 26,000 acres of protected/managed land. Gravel Hill Plantation sits directly across the road from this country homesite, and the entire Augusta Stagecoach Road area adjacent consists of thousands and thousands of acres of large plantations and privately owned tracts that make up one of the best areas to own land in the region. The home itself, historically referred to as the Maner/Garnett House of Webb Wildlife Managememt Area, or the John King Garnett House, comes with a long book of documented history, dating back to the Civil War era. It reads that the original house was most likely burned and destroyed in late January 1865, by Union troops during General Sherman's march to the sea. It was rebuilt after the Civil War, then renovated and added onto in the 1920's. Its Colonial Revival Style has been preserved through the years since then. Sometime around 1999, it was moved about a mile down the road, to its current location. It was then renovated and remodeled in 2001-2002, and has since been very well kept and maintained. It was occupied full-time by the owners for years, and recently has been rented out as the main lodge for a large hunting operation. It can house a large number of guests with 5 bedrooms, 3 1/2 bathrooms, a large working kitchen and dining area, and ample common area space to sleep plenty of people if needed. There are beautiful antique wood floors, walls, trim and staircase, granite tops, custom cabinetry, brick fireplace, and many other unique interior and exterior finishes throughout. There's a large iconic porch that wraps around the majority of the home, with a large portion on one side screened in. There's planted rows of live oaks, a large loop driveway, concrete patios, and a shooting lane area. There's plenty of open space here to create what you want, wherever it's a horse or other animal farm, field or open pasture area, planted gardens, trees, or other vegetation, or some type of other venue. This would also be a great opportunity for a country bed & breakfast, or something similar if desired. Please contact the listing broker for more information or to schedule a private showing today.
Exterior Features

Dock Not Applicable Garage Carport None Waterfront None

Interior Features

Basement No Dining Formal Family Room Yes Fireplace Yes Formal Dining Room Yes

Property Features

Approximate Age Over 100 Yrs Bank Owned No Flood Insurance Not Required Foreclosure No Possession At Closing Rental Duration Not Applicable Sale Rent For Sale Shared Interest YN No Short Sale No Vacancy Lease/Rented Water And Sewer Private WellSeptic Tank Zoning Rural Residential

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