Introducing a fully renovated home in Historic Downtown Conway, This rare opportunity to own a piece of History features 4 Bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms and almost half acre to give you the privacy that you need. It also includes an outdoor storage area. Short distance to restaurants, shopping and Conway's famous Riverwalk. Square footage is approximate and not guaranteed. Buyer responsible for verification of all information Property is registered as a historic landmark. “Historical and Architectural Survey of Conway Horry County South Carolina” The Bell-Marsh House (1243), c. 1850; Of these the Bell-Marsh House and Gurganus-Collins House have been the least altered. Built by merchant Samuel Bell around 1850, the Bell-Marsh house originally stood near the corner of Ninth Avenue and Elm Street and was moved to its present location at the corner of Elm Street and Tenth Avenue in the 1930s when the Marsh family purchased it (Figure6A). The building also served as the Methodist Church Parsonage from 1875 until 1917.157 The house is constructed of board and batten and is one and one-half stories. It is L-shaped with an attached porch set on simple square pillars. The unique feature of this house is that fact that it appears to be an enclosed dogtrot, or a house that once contained an open, central hall. The central door (Figure 6B) is surrounded by flush boards rather than board and batten like there remainder of the dwelling. There is also a large support beam above the door, which extends the length of the flush board section. The door itself contains pilasters, architrave and a four-light ransom and is the only decorative feature of the house.
Listing courtesy of Fathom Realty SC LLC , Bruno Castaneda.
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