3111 Highway 56 South Clinton, SC 29325
This property is one of a kind. Are you longing for some quiet where you can turn off the hustle and bustle of a busy life? Bush River Farm is a 40 acre property with a custom, quality home that can accommodate your large circle of friends and family. Built in 2002, this Irish Farmhouse reflects the Scots/Irish heritage of Laurens County. On this beautiful spread of 40 rolling acres sits three structures: a spacious 6 bedroom 6.5 bath home, a one bedroom detached cottage, and a 30x60 barn with a dedicated well adjacent to 6 fenced acres. The kitchen in the main home, designed by a chef, has all you need or desire. You will find stainless appliances, large granite island, gas ovens and a beautiful open breakfast room. Off the kitchen you will find a 22 foot dining room with a gas fireplace. The home has 4 comfortable living spaces: a living room with a wood burning fireplace, a library with a gas fireplace, parlor, billiard room with a bar. Each of the 6 bedrooms has a beautiful attached bathroom. The master suite features views of the farm from all windows. The gravel drive is lined with Chinese Pistache trees that glow with hues of orange, red, and yellow in the fall. The house was custom built with a great attention to detail. Local artisans added expertise to the custom made entry doors, superb cabinetry, the beautiful iron work, the magnificent hand picked Brazilian walnut flooring, tile and stonework. A unique and beautiful custom made iron chandelier was designed and crafted for this breakfast room.The outside of the home includes rock pathways, a large rock patio with water feature with a footbridge. Beautiful trees and plantings create a serene mountain ambiance. Wildlife is in abundance. The property includes a 10 stall barn with loft, fenced pastures, and a well. The farm has been used for cattle grazing, a working alpaca farm including 40 alpaca, sheep, and goats. The property is currently home to a 6.5 acre fenced Certified Organic vegetable farm. A small cottage with kitchen, bath, living room and bedroom sits on the property. It is open with large windows, all appliances and a beautiful tiny-house vibe. It has been used as a rental property for pharmacy students attending Presbyterian College 3 miles away, but would make a great pool house for a future pool. Just a 3 minute drive into Clinton, 45 minute drive to Greenville, 55 minute drive to Columbia, 3 hour drive to Atlanta, 2 hour drive to Charlotte, 3 hour drives to Charleston, 3.5 hour drive to Myrtle Beach…day trips to all. The property is currently home to a bed & breakfast but could be transformed into an equestrian property, winery or a hobby farm of your liking. If you are looking for a place to unplug and get back to the beauty of nature, please take the opportunity to walk the property and hear the silence...it is awesome!
Community - Clinton
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Clinton is a small town about 45 miles southeast of Greenville and 40 miles south of Spartanburg. This laid-back community is home to Presbyterian College, and has an affordable collection of homes in friendly neighborhoods.
Clinton is an affordable place to live, with a median home value well below the national average. Clinton real estate includes a mixture of impressive estates and quaint single-story homes, most of which are constructed in the traditional style. Clinton boasts quiet, friendly neighborhoods with lush greenery throughout.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Clinton is a small, charming town with a population of about 9,000. Located south of Greenville and Spartanburg, Clinton boasts beautiful neighborhoods, historic sites and a friendly community. Clinton is home to Presbyterian College, a four-year private liberal arts institution. The college boasts the largest bronze statue of a Scotsman in the world, which stands guard outside the football stadium. Residents attend events, including sports games and performances, at Presbyterian College.
The City of Clinton maintains seven parks that contain playgrounds, ball fields, picnic areas and basketball courts. Residents and visitors can learn about area history at the Clinton Museum, or see a performance at the Laurens County Community Theater. Celebrate Clinton Festival is a popular community event each April featuring special events, such as plays, concerts, art shows, and athletic events. The historic downtown area of Clinton is a charming area with local restaurants, shops and other small businesses. Residents of Clinton enjoy laid-back living in a beautiful setting outside the bustling cities of Greenville and Spartanburg.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Clinton is located in Laurens County, and students attend schools in Laurens County School District 56. Clinton residents have access to three elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. Additionally, there are three private schools located in Laurens County, including First Baptist Church Kindergarten, Laurens Academy, and Lighthouse Christian Academy. Clinton is home to Presbyterian College, and there are a number of colleges and universities near Clinton, including Converse College, the University of South Carolina Upstate, Furman University, and more.
Laurens County was first settled by a man named John Duncan, who arrived to the area in 1753. The county was named for Revolutionary War hero, Henry Laurens of Charleston. By 1809, the county was thriving as more homes and businesses were built around Holland’s Store, located in the eastern part of the county. The community was known as “Five Points” which changed to Clinton when the town was incorporated in 1852 after the introduction of the railroad. The town was named after Henry Clinton Young, a lawyer from Laurens who helped lay out the first streets.
In 1864, William Plummer Jacobs, a young Presbyterian minister crusading for temperance, arrived to Clinton and was responsible for establishing Presbyterian College and Thornwell Home and School, which is now Thornwell Orphanage.
The cotton industry was successful in Clinton in the late 1800s, during which time several cotton mills were erected. In later years, the economic focus of Clinton shifted to hallmarks such as Presbyterian College, Thornwell Home for Children, Whitten Center, Clinton Mills, numerous churches, banks, a hospital and a weekly newspaper.
Approximate Distance to:
Spartanburg: 37 Miles
Greenville: 43 Miles
Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport: 45 Miles
Laurens County Memorial Hospital: 4 Miles
Spartanburg Medical Center: 38.5 Miles
Greenville Memorial Hospital: 49 Miles
I-26: 3 Miles
I-385: 5 Miles
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