Annie’s Inn

3083 Charleston Highway, Montmorenci, South Carolina 29839

FOR SALE $1,500,000 SOLD $1,450,000

Courtesy: Zillow

In the old days, children were supposed to be seen but not heard. At Annie’s Inn, the opposite happens. A little girl cries and calls out for her Mama on the second floor of Annie’s Inn, but there’s no one there. If you can handle that, then you might be ready to own Annie’s Inn.

Located only five miles from Aiken, Annie’s Inn has seen a lot of Old South history. Built in 1825 as a three-story cotton plantation house, the home survived the American Civil War. It was commandeered by federal forces in 1865 and survived the ensuing skirmishes. Some of the fighting was a bit too close, though, with the third story being hit by cannon fire. The home was repaired with only two stories and a large attic in place of the third story.

Following the war, the home was owned by a doctor who used the second story as a hospital. Most likely, several people died in the home during that time. The home remained a private residence until the current owners bought it in 1981, renovated it, and opened Annie’s Inn in 1984.

Now, the time is right for a new owner to take the helm.

Property Type: Single family, currently operating as a bed and breakfast

Bedrooms: 13

Bathrooms: 4

Square Foot: 4,600 main home; 12,000 total for all buildings

Lot: 1.51 acres

Year Built: 1825

Price per Square Foot: $125

Other Interesting Details: This home boasts six cottages in addition to the main house, three laundry rooms, and a saltwater pool with bath house.

Contact Erica Gilmer Cook with Keller Williams Realty, Aiken Partners to schedule a visit.

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