Today on Cool Houses Daily, we're stepping back in time and touring a South Carolina estate that's been around for more than a century. Built in 1902 to resemble a castle on the Rhine, the home looks like it was pulled from the pages of a history book with its parapet roof and imposing, three-foot-thick granite walls.
Location: Greenville, S.C.
Listed By: John Stephenson of Coldwell Banker Caine
A winding driveway cuts through a forest of oak and hickory trees, leading to the stately entrance of the five-bedroom, three-bathroom home. Located just 10 minutes from Greenville, the residence overlooks the city's downtown area -- best observed from the wraparound porch.
This 30-acre property has remained in the same family since 1920, and we love that the current owners have preserved the home's historic appeal. The fireplaces, the leaded windows, the molding and trim -- everything about this estate provides a rare glimpse into a time gone by.