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Slideshow of 221 Five Ponds Lane property in Easley, SC.

221 Five Ponds Lane offers a multitude of opportunities for you or your business (hello, wedding venue location).

Photos by Ben Ivins Photography

Calling all fellow real estate lovers: You’re looking at 221 Five Ponds in Easley, a 75-acre estate currently for sale with Joan Herlong & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty.

Only 15 miles from downtown Greenville or Clemson, this 6 BD, 7 BA home boasts open pastures and Eden-like gardens with four structures:

  1. The main house with a guest apartment
  2. A caretaker house
  3. A pavilion by the pond; and
  4. A red barn

This estate provides endless possibilities — think: your own personal retreat, a family compound, or a versatile event venue.

Take a photo tour of this unparalleled home

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