About This 1903 Neoclassical In Newberry South Carolina
This Greek Revival home is affectionally known as the “Floyd/Carpenter House” and was built in 1903. It is the perfect combination southern charm and craftsmanship right in the heart of historic Town of Newberry. It features a large wraparound porch with an acre sized lot only one block away from main street. The home exudes old world craftsmanship with heavy moldings, ceiling medallions, heart pine floors, grand staircase, crystal chandeliers, 6 double pocket doors, 7 fireplaces with columned mantles.
There is an antique clawfoot tub in the oversized upstairs bathroom. The kitchen is full of light and has reclaimed barn wood flooring. The downstairs has a secondary bedroom with full bathroom attached. The home is awaiting new owners to add a little TLC to make it shine to its full potential. The home has rich history as a family home, event venue, and a member of the National Historic Registry.
It’s located one block from restaurants, shops, entertainment, and the world-famous Newberry Opera House. The town of Newberry is host to wonderful festivals and events including; Parades, Pork in the Park, Oktoberfest, Wine Walks, A Very Berry Christmas, and more! Live your storybook life in Newberry!