1365 N US-25 HIGHWAY, Edgefield, SC 29824 (MLS # 523063)
Cedar Grove is an historic plantation home located near Edgefield, SC. It was built in 1790 and is a large two-story Federal home with white clapboard exterior and high gable roof. It features a double-tiered portico with delicate Adamesque detail. Many architectural features including a barrel vaulted hallway, elaborately carved mantlepieces. The front parlor retains an early hand-painted French wallpaper. The property features a landscape of tall cedars, as well as old English boxwoods and traces of an origin rose garden like at John Blocker's father's home. The gardens at Cedar Grove were reputedly laid out by Andrew Michaux, the renowned botanist who had designed the gardens at Middleton Place in Charleston, SC. The famous English boxwoods of Cedar Grove were sold during the Great Depression to the Rockefeller family and planted in the gardens of the Governor's Palace in Williamsburg, VA. Also on the property are the contributing servants quarters and original kitchen.
|DAYS ON MARKET
|Jr. High School
|Dishwasher, Electric Range
|Aluminum Siding, Wood Siding
|Kitchen Island, Walk-In Closet(s)
|1191 513 1251 574
|In Ground, Private
|Colonial, See Remarks
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