c.1887 Neoclassical in Aiken’s Winter Colony Historic District Relists for $2.5M
$2,495,000 | Built c.1887 | 8 Beds | 9.5+ Baths | 10,220 Sq. Ft. | 5.05 Acres
215 Dupree Place SW, Aiken, South Carolina, United States, 29801
A spectacular neoclassical mansion set on a 5.05 acre equestrian property in South Carolina has been relisted for $2.5 million after briefly being labelled as pending sale. Sandhurst was built c.1887 in the Aiken Winter Colony Historic District I with features such as soaring ceilings, elegant wainscoting and millwork, original heart of pine flooring, as well as a new kitchen, built-ins throughout and numerous staircases. The mansion was extensively renovated in 2015 – 2016. There is over 10,000 square feet on three finished levels with eight bedrooms, eleven bathrooms and ten fireplaces. The district encompasses an area of 1,800 acres and was developed between 1882 and 1948. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. Enjoy all new landscaping and an in-ground pool as well as a private deeded riding easement to Hitchcock Woods, Aiken’s 2,200 acre riding reserve. The property comes complete with five-stall barn with wash stall and tack room. Sandhurst is labelled pending sale with an asking price of $2.5 million with Thomas F. Bossard of Carolina Real Estate Company.