Long Creek SC Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Long Creek, SC is $115,400.
the county median home value of $162,500.
The national median home value is $219,700.
The average price of homes sold in Long Creek, SC is $115,400.
Approximately 100% of Long Creek homes are owned,
compared to 0% rented, while
0% are vacant.
Long Creek real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Long Creek real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
This is an extraordinary home on 6.266 acres with a beautiful view and a rushing creek. The main home features a contemporary style, very crisp & clean , with a massive rock fireplace, large windows, lots of deck and porch areas. Massive rock work, garden beds , and a workshop that any one needing extra space would be in heaven to own. The land is all usable property, which would accommodate horses, a small farm, gardening, etc. It is within minutes of the Chattooga River, horseback and hiking trails, and about half way between Clayton for great dining, and Seneca for movies, dining and shopping. If you are a river enthusiast , this is for you..property can be divided , and there is some additional acreage if desired.
River Oaks offers a total of 127.31 Acres in the rolling foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, has the privacy of the natural landscape of Grassland, a Fishpond, a vast fofrest with abundant wildlife and spectacular views. Located within 15 Miles from Westminster, SC and 20 Miles from Clayton, Georgia. The Geiger River Oaks property identified as SC 1 is truly an exceptional piece of landscaping. The Log House is truly one of the finest examples of design, quality of materials, and proportions ever built. The contemporary kitchen is manufactured by Dovetail of New England with granite tops, cherry and walnut cases. Appliances are all Viking. The vanities in all bathrooms are all solid walnut or cherry. Windows and doors are all solid South Carolina Heart Pine. The roof material is Connecticut gray slate tiles. There are two additional Log Cabins on the property from the 1840âs dating back to the original settlers of the area. The River Oaks property is ideally suited as an executive retreat or a family permanent home or weekend place. "River Oaks" estate offers 126 acres in the rolling foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, having the privacy of the natural landscape, grasslands, a 5 acre fish pond, a vast forest with abundant wildlife and spectacular views. Located 10 miles from Walhalla and Westminster, SC, 20 miles to Clayton, GA, 1/2 mile to the Chattooga River and 5 miles to Lake Hartwell. More than just an ordinary log house, this engineered masterpiece oftop quality craftsmanship and design starts with old growth, 75 foot timbers, some as wide as 40 inches in diameter, that were perfectly preserved over 75 years at the bottom of Lake Burton in the north Georgia Mountains. The massive living room's vaulted ceiling, upon entering,rises to 25 feet and at the rear is a 12 foot wide stacked stone fireplace. To the left, the kitchen is dressed with Dovetail of New England cherry and maple cabinetry with granite counters and Viking appliances. The well positioned wet bar or butler's pantry opens to an outside covered porch with enough room to seat twelve for dinner along with an outdoor rock fireplace for cozy cool nights. All windows and doors throughout are made of solid South Carolina Heart Pine. The main floor master suite features a large walk-in shower, separate soaking tub and access to another large private deck. Two guest bedrooms upstairs each have their own private bathrooms and in-between, a large loft that overlooks the main floor. The bottom floor is game day ready with it's "pub-style" atmosphere. Plenty of room for billiards and darts, wet bar, and a stone-hearth fireplace. Each of the two basement bedrooms have their own private bath. Outside the house, there are six outdoor living areas to enjoy. Depending on the breeze or sun direction, each area has a unique view of the natural surroundings. Nearly 80% of the land is heavily wooded with oaks, poplar, maples, pines and dogwood. There are colorful mountain laurels, azaleas and rhododendron. Some of the land is set as cow pasture. Mountain streams run through several parts of the property. A fishing lake was created and it has a nice population of bass and bream. There are two additional log cabins on the property from the 1840's - dating back to the original settlers of the area.
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