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1025 South Main Street

We know very little about this building thus far. It is listed in the National Register as part of the Anderson Historic District, but the register’s nomination form includes no further information. We are actively seeking additional information to add to this entry. If you can help, please add information below. Thank you!

1025 South Main St. in Anderson, SC

Bill Segars of Hartsville, 2018 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

Thanks to readers who are helping to adopt this landmark, we do know that the home was built in 1902 as a single-family residence. During the 1970s, a man named Joe Brown sold appliances out of the building, and as recently as 2018, it served as an events center. The building was sold on December 2, 2018 for $155,000.

1025 South Main Street in Anderson

Bill Segars of Hartsville, 2018 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

Brayden Sherman, who toured the home in 2018 as a prospective buyer, noted that the exterior suffers from structural damage, and its masonry is caving outward on the right wall. Bricks are also crumbing in the entry arches, and the roof has leaks. That said, the interior of the home appears to be in tact. It has two kitchens; a commercial kitchen downstairs and a residential kitchen upstairs.

1025 South Main St. in Anderson

Bill Segars of Hartsville, 2018 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

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1025 South Main Street Info


Address: 1025 South Main Street, Anderson, SC 29624
Website: https://www.1025hall.com/

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4 Comments about 1025 South Main Street

SC Picture Project says:
January 21st, 2019 at 10:55 am

Brayden, thank you so much for these wonderful details! We really appreciate this first-hand account of the building’s status. We will update our page accordingly. Thanks again!

Brayden Sherman says:
January 20th, 2019 at 1:17 am

This home – which was operated as an event center back in early 2018 – was recently sold in December of 2018. I don’t know if it is still being used as an event center, but I do know this building is not in good condition since I wanted to purchase it as investment property (I liked the building but ended up opting out of buying it due to a lot of problems) . The right wall was caving outward a lot, and the bricks on the front arches are starting to fall. Some obvious windows have been removed and filled in. The roof is due to be replaced soon. I actually got an appointment to go into the house, and it was in good condition on the inside other than some leaks in the ceiling. The kitchen downstairs was converted to a commercial one for the event center and there is another residential kitchen upstairs. Upstairs was heated by window units; downstairs heating was updated to natural gas. There are two outbuildings in the backyard, one with a carport attached that could easily fit cars in it. The one with a carport on it was used as a large storage shed. The other one was air conditioned by a window unit and used as furniture storage for a small antique furniture-selling business the event center people were selling. Overall, it is a nice size old house that runs around 4,500 square feet, but I didn’t want to have to deal with the wall caving downward and other problems it had and ended up buying a house just around the corner from it on the corner of S Mcduffie and E Franklin St. It is now renovated and listed for sale. (Overall, the area is a typical old neighborhood that has gone downhill in house values, but people are starting to renivate houses in that neighborhood again, allowing the neighborhood to get nicer and for home values to go up.)

SC Picture Project says:
December 19th, 2018 at 10:18 am

Butch, thank you so much! We really appreciate this information and can’t wait to add it to our entry!

Butch Junkins says:
December 18th, 2018 at 9:44 pm

This building was a business back in the 70s run by Joe Brown; he sold appliances out of the building. After that don’t remember what it was.




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