Historic Hampton-Pinckney Home Close to Downtown and Unity Park! Sitting just five blocks from Main Street in the Beautiful Hampton-Pinckney Historic District, this Historic All Brick Residence, currently laid out as a duplex, boasts 2 Units; each with 2 bedrooms and 1.5 bath with a 3rd floor Loft that could be a 3rd bedroom. The home has Space and Charm to spare. One side is taken to the studs and enables you to see the raw potential of making this space into your Dream Home. Looking for an Income-Producing property? You Found It. Looking to get a great buy and a rare opportunity to make a Historic and Highly sought-after home in Hampton-Pinckney your own? You Found It. Remove middle dividing wall and convert the duplex into a Large single-family home. Walk in to be greeted by high ceilings, open floor plan and original hardwood floors. This duplex has 2 separate entrances but has great potential to be remodeled into a large single-family home. You will love the detailed molding and large windows, giving natural light throughout the home. On the main level, you will find a light-filled living room with hardwood floors and original fireplace, kitchen and half bath. As you walk upstairs you will find a bathroom and 2 bedrooms, one boasts an original fireplace. Continuing your tour, you will stroll up to the 3rd floor to find an open-concept loft with a window and natural light. Entertain guests in this beautiful fenced backyard with large shady trees great for barbecues and picnics. This home is also within short distance of several parks, the Swamp Rabbit Trail and tons of other Greenville highlights. Currently zoned in a highly ranked school district and within a short distance of the future acclaimed Unity Park, a $40 Million Budgeted Park that is projected to have a Viewing Tower, Pedestrian Bridge and Playground with Water Jets! It is difficult to find a home like this so close to downtown! Some properties in this neighborhood sell for around $1 Million. With no HOA fees and very little yard maintenance required, this house provides the ideal downtown lifestyle you have been looking for! According to the 2003 City of Greenville Edwards-Pittman Historic Architectural Inventory, 501 Hampton Avenue was built circa 1940 for Nellie E. Dowling. In 1965, the home was purchased by Dennis G. & Aglaia B. Bikas, prominent members Greenville’s Greek immigrant community. The home is a rectangular block mass, side-gabled, two-story wood framed structure with brick veneer. A wood columned single-story hipped-roof porch extends the full length of the Hampton Avenue elevation. Entry doors are paired at the center of the porch. The existing units’ main floors contain living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens and bathrooms. The second floors contain a pair of bedrooms in each unit and a stair accessing a third attic bedroom in each unit. The driveway and parking are accessed from Lloyd Street. The driveway width accommodates two vehicles to be parked side-by-site, two cars deep. Seller is a SC Licensed Real Estate Agent and has never occupied the home, property sold “AS-IS”. Listing Agent must be present during showings of the occupied side. Don't miss this AMAZING DOWNTOWN GEM in Luxurious Historic Hampton-Pinckney!
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Listing information last updated on April 3rd, 2020 at 4:16am EDT.