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Poinsett Club site started as private residence a century ago

When Lewis Parker spent $5,500 for slightly more than four acres of land in the new Boyce Lawn subdivision in 1902, he was making, he thought, a fortunate investment in the future.

Five years earlier, the Goldsmith Realty Company had platted lots and named ...

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Updates keep Sears home true to itself

When shopping for their dream home, the original owners of the brown and white Arts and Crafts bungalow in Greenville's Park Avenue area might have seen the words, “Some assembly required.”

That's because the 1,200-square-foot, two-bedroom home wasn't sold by a real- estate agent, ...

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Built in 1813, Whitehall is Greenville's oldest home

Whitehall was built in 1813 by Henry Middleton on what would become Earle Street.

This Lowcountry planter and his large family were anxious to escape from their Ashley River plantation to a healthier climate in the summer months.

Middleton, who was born in ...

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Fort Hill plantation home on Clemson campus once home to John C. Calhoun

Fort Hill, an antebellum plantation home on the Clemson University campus, was the home of American statesman John C. Calhoun from 1825 until his death in 1850.

The estate passed to his daughter, Anna, and her husband, Thomas Green Clemson, founder of Clemson ...

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Frank Lloyd Wright home off North Main on National Register of Historic Places

Greenville's most important architectural landmark is not Whitehall or the Earle Town House. It's not the Poinsett Bridge or the Huguenot Mill.

The only local structure with statewide architectural significance, according to the National Register of Historic Places, is modest (1,727 ...

 
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