Oxner, Manuel House
NW corner of int. of Hwy 76 & SC 560
February 5 2003
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Signficant Architectural Features:
The home has two interior chimneys, two front projecting gable wings on the main façade, and central entry.
The porch has been screened and an addition has been placed on the north façade.
The home was constructed by Manuel Oxner shortly after the turn of the twentieth century and sits on 800 acres of land. His son, Lawrence G. Oxner constructed the store across the street which housed the town's first post office. Oxner also gave the land where the Methodist Church was built and is buried there.
Source of Historical Information:
Mrs. Jane Waring, personal interview, October 2002.