This Stunning Beaux-Arts Mansion in Small-Town South Carolina is an Absolute Steal
Today the home bears the name Glen Eberly, but it was originally built by Robert James Mayes, grandson of Mayesville founder “Squire” Matthew Peterson Mayes, in 1892.
The impressive estate sits on five manicured acres and features custom molding, original leaded-glass windows, crystal chandeliers, and drop-dead gorgeous millwork. With 4,931 square feet divided among five bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, and four stories, plus an 800-square-foot guest house, it’s an absolute steal at just $599,500.
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