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Coldwell Banker Caine
111 Williams Street
Greenville , SC 29601
864-354-5667
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21 Pinckney Street

Price$ 845,000
StatusActive
Bedrooms4
Full Baths3
Half Baths0
Sq Ft4200-4399
MLS#1388299
Area075-Hwys 123/25/276
SubdivisionHampton-Pinckney Historic
CountyGreenville
Acres0.20
Approx Age50+
# of Stories
DescriptionBe a part of Greenville history in this thoughtfully restored and renovated home, located within Greenville's vibrant, award-winning downtown. 21 Pinckney Street is an easy walk to everything downtown has to offer, from shops and restaurants to the Peace Center, Heritage Green, and Unity Park. This gracious home, one of Greenville's oldest and most historic, is located in the prestigious Hampton-Pinckney Historic Preservation Area, Greenville’s first National Register District. Known for its impressive concentration of Greenville's oldest and most Victorian and Craftsman architecture, this downtown neighborhood dates back to antebellum Greenville. Today it is considered one of Greenville's most inviting neighborhoods, where residents often gather to enjoy each other's company at informal get-togethers as well as scheduled neighborhood events. This extraordinary house was originally constructed in 1835. Known as the W.P. McBee home, it was the residence of William Pinckney McBee (the son of Vardry McBee, the “Father of Greenville”) and his wife Harriet Butler McBee. From the moment you step foot on the inviting front porch (52’ x 10’) spanning the façade, you’ll be captivated by this respectfully restored home. Once inside the stained-glass front door, you’ll be surrounded by elegant historic detailing enhanced with modern amenities in an extremely functional floor plan. Numerous windows provide an abundance of natural light throughout grand, freshly painted rooms with soaring 10-foot ceilings and heart pine flooring. A wide (36' x 12') foyer provides a welcoming central hall on the first floor. The living room, dining room and downstairs office all feature fireplaces. Adjacent to the dining room is an updated kitchen with spectacular views of the landscaped grounds. Certified by the National Wildlife Federation as a Backyard Habitat, the private backyard paradise is populated with dozens of native plants and includes a lovely custom pergola and patio and a stone water feature. Upstairs there are three generous bedrooms including the master bedroom and bath with his and hers closets, a Jacuzzi tub, separate shower, and double lavatories. This floor also features a family/TV room and a charming screened porch overlooking the backyard oasis. The home's numerous updates include a modern electrical system, a tankless water heater, and a whole house generator. Over eighteen solar panels were added to the Solaris roof in 2017. Most of the historic windows have been replaced with insulated glass. (To maintain the façade's historic integrity, original glass was left in the windows facing the street.) The driveway provides off-street parking with a covered carport. Don't miss this chance to live in a unique piece of Greenville's history just a short walk away from all the places and activities that make downtown Greenville so special today.
Room Dimensions
Living Room Size is 20x19
Master Bed Room Size is 18x15
Dining Room Size is 16x15
Bedroom Room 2 Size is 16x15
Bedroom Room 3 Size is 17x15
Bedroom Room 4 Size is 16x12
Breakfast Room Size is 16x9
Bonus Room Size is 15x13
Kitchen Size is 13x11
Features
Style : Traditional
Basement : Sump Pump
Roof : Architectural
Interior Features : Attic Stairs Disappearing,Bookcase,Cable Available,Ceiling 9ft+,Ceiling Fan,Ceiling Smooth,Smoke Detector,Some Window Trtmnts,Tub-Jetted,Walk In Closet,Countertops-Other,Ceiling – Coffered
Master Bedroom Features : Double Sink,Full Bath,Master on 2nd Lvl,Shower-Separate,Tub-Jetted,Walk-in Closet,Multiple Closets
Specialty Room : Laundry,Office/Study,Bonus Room/Rec Room
Appliances : Dishwasher,Disposal,Stand Alone Range-Gas,Refrigerator,Oven-Electric,Microwave-Built In
Fireplace : Gas Logs,Masonry
Lot Description : Fenced Yard,Level,Sidewalk,Some Trees
Heating : Forced Air,Multi-Units,Natural Gas,Solar
Cooling : Central Forced,Electric,Multi-Units
Floors : Ceramic Tile,Hardwood,Pine
Water : Public
Sewer : Public
Water Heater : Tankless
Foundation : Crawl Space
Storage : Attic,Other
Garage :
Driveway : Gravel,Paved
Porch :
Exterior Finish : Wood
Elementary School : Stone
Middle School : League
High School : Greenville

Listing courtesy of Mccutcheon, Jane - Coldwell Banker Caine/Williams

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