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The Hubbard-Davidson House is a classic Neoclassical plantation home that was originally constructed circa 1911 near the town of Clio, South Carolina. Harleanton House was originally constructed by architect Tracy Hubbard and the interior of the home was remodeled around 1968 by Dr. Harley Davidson. Davidson was able to use the stair rail, mantles, and other parts that had been purchased by Hubbard and stored in the third floor attic. The two-and-a-half story home exemplifies the local Neoclassical style and retains its architectural character and integrity. A lined pecan tree driveway leads you up to the grand home that is situated nicely on over 5 acres. You immediately notice the ionic columns, spacious wrap-around porch, carriage portico, and second-story porch with a balustrade. Inside features traditionally high ceilings, natural hardwood floors, tongue-and-groove wood ceilings, working sliding pocket doors, 11 fireplaces with beautiful mantles in each of the main rooms, statuesque French doors, grand foyer with built-in seating, extra-wide breezeways on both floors, and picture molding throughout the home. Other inside features include beautiful chandeliers, built-in book cases in multiple rooms, a wet bar in the library, built-in china cabinets in the formal dining room, an antique ice chest on the back porch, and an antique wash sink in the laundry room. The spacious kitchen includes a cutting board work island, double oven, 49 cabinets with 13 drawers, and a breakfast nook area. On the main floor of this extremely well-maintained home, you will find a formal parlor room, a music room with piano, a stocked library, one or two bedrooms, a den or keeping room, 6 fire places, and a gigantic formal dining room, perfect for entertaining. Upstairs includes 4 bedrooms, a sun room or 5th bedroom, two full baths, a grand hallway with access to the second floor porch, another stairwell to the attic, and multiple storage closets. The grounds include a 1,200 square foot detached garage, a 12x12 workshop, a 12x12 storage building, a full barn, a fenced in dog kennel, mature landscaping, and a small Koi pond. This spectacular one-of-a-kind property will give you all of the room you need while also giving you plenty of privacy. This spectacular move-in ready home would be perfect as a bed and breakfast, a wedding or party venue, a hunters lodge, or a wonderful retreat for someone looking for peace and quiet. Contact a Realtor today!
Year Built: 1910
601 W. Palmetto Street
Florence, SC 29501, SC |