2404 Concord Rd.;(Anderson County)
March 6 2002
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Signficant Architectural Features:
The home is a two-story I-house with one-story rear ell. The home has an offset entry on the main façade with side lights and transom, six-over-six windows, rear ell porch that runs along its north elevation, two exterior end chimneys on the main body of the house and one on the rear ell, and a large barn associated with property.
According to local survey, house was built ca. 1820 on land that was originally settled by the William Milwee family in 1797.
Source of Historical Information:
Appalachian Council of Governments, "Survey of Historical Places in the South Carolina Appalachian Region," Revised edition of 1972 survey, n.d. South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia.