Judy Messer

865 Old Pelzer Road Piedmont, SC 29673

$42,000

Sold

865 Old Pelzer Road Piedmont, SC 29673
Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
2 full
Square Feet
1,088
Acres
0.57
Type
Single Family
MLS#
1398169
Master BR on Main
Yes
Golf Course
No

Listed By

Judy Messer

(864) 979-4048


General

Type

  • Single Family

Style

  • Mobile-Perm. Foundation
  • Traditional
  • 1 Story

Year Built

  • 2000

Acreage

  • 0.57

Square Feet

  • 1,088

Sold Date

  • Sep 6, 2019

Listing Agent Name

  • Judy Messer

Listing Brokerage Name

  • Allen Tate Easley/Powdersville

Selling Brokerage Name

  • Allen Tate Easley/Powdersville

Schools

Elementary School

  • Sue Cleveland

Middle School

  • Woodmont

High School

  • Woodmont

Interior

Flooring

  • Carpet
  • Laminate Flooring
  • Vinyl

Sewer Type

  • Public

Water Type

  • Public

Cooling

  • Central Forced
  • Electric

Heating

  • Electric
  • Forced Air

Appliances

  • Stand Alone Rng-Electric

Interior Features

  • Ceiling Fan
  • Open Floor Plan
  • Split Floor Plan
  • Countertops – Laminate

Specialty Rooms

  • Comb Liv & Din Room

Room Dimensions Floor

  • Living Room
  • 15x16
  • -
  • Dining Room
  • -
  • -
  • Breakfast Room
  • 8x11
  • -
  • Kitchen
  • 15x11
  • -
  • Great Room
  • -
  • -
  • Den
  • -
  • -
  • Bonus/Rec Room
  • -
  • -
  • Sun Room
  • -
  • -
  • Bedroom 2
  • 8x12
  • -
  • Bedroom 3
  • 9x15
  • -
  • Bedroom 4
  • -
  • -
  • Bedroom 5
  • -
  • -
  • Other Room 1
  • -
  • -
  • Other Room 2
  • -
  • -
  • Other Room 3
  • -
  • -
  • Other Room 4
  • -
  • -
  • Other Room 4
  • -
  • -
  • Master Bedroom
  • 12x13
  • Main

Exterior

Exterior Features

  • Deck
  • Porch-Front
  • Some Storm Doors

Exterior Construction

  • Vinyl Siding

Lot Dimensions

  • 28 x 404 x 185 x 76 x 144 x 331

Roof

  • Composition Shingle

Foundation

  • Crawl Space

Driveway

  • Gravel

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The city of Greenville and several surrounding communities are served by the Greenville County School District, which is the largest district in the state, hosting 14 high schools, 18 middle schools, and 50 elementary schools. Other prominent school districts in the Greater Greenville Region include District 5 of Anderson County School District, the School District of Pickens County, Laurens County School District, Greenwood School District, and Spartanburg County School District. There are a myriad of private schools located in the Greater Greenville Region. Greenville is home to several colleges and universities, including Bob Jones University, a Christian liberal arts university; Furman University, a private four-year liberal arts university; and Greenville Technical College, with more than 100 programs geared toward career preparation. Other institutions of higher learning in the region include Clemson University in Clemson, Anderson University in Anderson, and University of South Carolina Upstate in Spartanburg.

 

History

The Greenville area served as hunting grounds of the Cherokee Indians until its first European settler, Richard Pearis, arrived in 1770. Greenville County was established after the Revolutionary War, in 1786, and settlers poured into the area. By 1795, the village centered on a log courthouse built near the Reedy River Falls, and the city’s name was later changed to Greenville after Revolutionary War hero, Nathanael Greene. By 1910, Greenville was a thriving cotton town, as grist mills were built along the banks of the Reedy River in the 1830s and the railroad arrived to town in the 1850s. Thousands of Scots-Irish tenant farmers moved to Greenville to seek jobs in the mills, which spelled the beginning of the area’s textile boom. This continued through the 1920s and into the late 1960s. Construction executives lured new industries to the area in the ‘60s, including automotive and tire companies.

 

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