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A Southern Living bungalow for sale

The century-old listing off Augusta Road is the work of designer Taylor Hill.

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Adaptive design on East Augusta Place | Photo by Greenville Real Estate Media

Before the century-old bungalow at 109 E. Augusta Pl. was listed by Alexis Furman of Joan Herlong & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty, it graced the pages of Southern Living.

The 3BR, 3BA home (built in 1922) was renovated by local interior designer Taylor Hill, who was lauded in Southern Living for having “created a home that’s layered, meaningful, and primed for its next chapter.”

Click play a preview of the home below + view more photos of the listing here.

A century old never looked so good. | Photos by Greenville Real Estate Media

The home boasts features like:

  • Refinished hardwoods
  • Custom window treatments
  • Original fireplace with hand-painted tiles
  • Fully updated kitchen with custom cabinetry
  • The Cultured Garden-designed yard with full irrigation

See more of the $699,605 listing.

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