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Monday, January 11, 2016

1910 Neoclassical Revival - Conway, SC

5 Beds; 2.5 Baths; 4701 Sq.Ft.
701 Laurel St. Conway, SC 29526
.57 Acres
Built: 1910

Realtor Blurb:
This 15 room home, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is an outstanding example of Beaux Arts architecture. Built in 1910, youre welcomed by 4 monumental Ionic columns while the expansive wrap around porch is supported by 18 Ionic columns. The home was built of heart of pine and oak native to Horry County at the turn of the century. Amazing oak wainscoting, stairs and moldings, original doors, and pressed tin ceilings are a few of the many details that display the exceptional craftsmanship of this era. With 5 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, this 4700+ heated sq.ft home is a jewel in the crown of Conways Historic District.

My Notes: The J.W. Holliday Jr. House. NRHP paper here (and screencapped below); Wiki here. Immaculate inside (from the limited interior pictures). I'm a huge fan of the stained wood in the entryway and stairwell.  A tad high on the price; but it really is in good condition. 

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