First time on the market! With one bedroom downstairs and three large bedrooms upstairs, this house was built in 1962 on almost an acre of land. Built with wood milled from the local family farm in Horry County, this house has "good bones." They just don't build houses like this anymore. The ceilings are solid wood tongue and groove. The entire house has hardwood floors, either oak or pine (all wood came from family farm as well). PicWic paneling is in the downstairs bedroom. Details include the custom dentil molding in the oversized living room and dining room; it was hand made on site. There are 9 foot ceilings downstairs, The living room fireplace works. The large outside storage building at one time accommodated both a Winnebago and a boat. A new roof was added in Spring 2018. Located in a highly sought after Aynor school district, this house only needs some updating.
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