This fixer upper Victorian cottage was built around 1900 in Timmonsville, SC (pop. 2,320). Note the high ceilings and center front-to-back hallway, typical of many older Southern homes. The house is a project, but has the potential to be a real sweetheart of a home.
Timmonsville is in the eastern part of the state, about one hour and 45 minutes to Myrtle Beach. The town, founded in 1854, was named for its founder John Morgan Timmons, a Baptist minister of French Huguenot ancestry. Honda is the main employer, manufacturing all-terrain vehicles.
310 W. Main St. Timmonsville SC. 3 bedroom 2 bath fixer upper Victorian Home for sale built in 1900 located in the Historic Town of Timmonsville. This home has lots of original character with hardwood flooring, double sided wood burning fireplaces, high ceilings, huge bedrooms, front porch, covered rear porch, and lots of charm. For extra storage, there’s a very spacious 18X20 metal workshop in the back yard. Property is being sold as is and it is priced to sell at $37, 500. Please bring all offers.