Sold for $120,000. Look inside!!! Circa 1937 in South Carolina. $139,000

I was not expecting that interior at all! Love the vintage bathrooms! This home was built in 1937. The house is located on .37 acres in Bennettsville, South Carolina. The home features arched doorways, arched windows, nice staircase, wide baseboards, french doors, built-ins and vintage tiled bathrooms. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms and 2,800 square feet. $139,000

From the Zillow listing:

This c1930 Tudor-style home is located on a quiet street, just one block from downtown. The charm and character of this three bedroom, two bathroom Cottage Tudor is unmistakable. The exterior of the home is asymmetrical with dynamic rooflines, exposed brick chimneys, gabled wall dormers, six-over-six windows, keystones, and stucco on second story walls. The home has an arched entry with an off-center front door. The original solid wood front door has a leaded glass window and fanlight. The gabled vestibule has built-in benches and arched openings. The interior of the home has hardwood floors, French doors, wrought iron balusters, arched doorways, built-in cabinets, and a lovely fireplace with mantle. The home has a formal living room, dining room, study, full bath, and kitchen with pantry, on the main level. A breakfast room and butler’s pantry are located adjacent to the kitchen. An open staircase leads to a small landing on the second floor. Upstairs there is the primary bedroom with a fireplace and an adjoining bathroom. There are also two additional bedrooms, a sunroom, and a large storage area with shelving, located on the second level. The home is truly a must-see for a buyer that has vision and an appreciation for quality craftsmanship. The buyer must also be ready for some serious yard work…the property comes with lots of English ivy. Note: There are two (2) existing leaks in the home, one in the upstairs hall and one is above the refrigerator in the kitchen. The home is being sold “as is.”

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