Stunning Victorian home with welcoming, wrap-around front porch located on large 1.07 acre lot. This large and historical home sits just minutes from downtown Spartanburg. Beautiful and airy downstairs has 2 story foyer with wainscoting, original hardwoods, and stained glass. Gorgeous kitchen w/ stainless appliances, ample cabinetry, high ceilings and plenty of natural light. Well-maintained, fenced yard with in-ground pool and patio, perfect for entertaining. This William Pinckney-Irwin House was the First Irwin home constructed in 1885, and the first home built on West Hampton Ave, with original address of 120 W. Hampton Ave. William Pinckney-Irwin (1850-1925) graduated from Wofford College, worked as an agent for the Richmond and Danville Railroad (R&D RR), later known as Southern Railroad. The homes in HH reflect the period from the 1880's until about 1930 and reflect architectural trends throughout the country. Located in SC National Historic Landmark District, this beautiful home stayed in the Irwin family until the mid-1970’s. This property also has the ability to be used as a bed and breakfast with permitting from the City of Spartanburg. Being sold AS IS, come make this home exactly what you have always dreamed of! A TRUE ONE OF A KIND BEAUTY!
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Listing information last updated on May 26th, 2020 at 5:01am EDT.