Once in a lifetime opportunity to own an iconic piece of Greenville's history. The columned estate at 2513 Augusta Street is on three level acres, the last vestige of the original Oaks plantation, which encompassed part of today's Greenville Country Club and nearby Traxler Park neighborhood, and stretched all the way to what is now Pleasantburg Drive. The original house was built by DT Smith before the Civil War, and that burned to the ground in the late 1920s. This stately mansion was built by the current owner's grandfather in 1935, and the current owner grew up here. Smoke house on the property is antebellum. Over 3 acres, zoned R-9. 6 bedrooms, including one bedroom apartment above the three car attached garage. See Associated Documents for recent survey plat and professional home inspection. Showings limited to serious, qualified buyers, 24 hour notice, listing agent must be present.
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