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The Grove – Marion, South Carolina


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The ten-acre estate in historic Marion known as the Grove includes a Victorian home, manicured gardens, a barn, and a public park. While half of the property is owned privately and now operates as a bed-and-breakfast, the city owns the other half and uses it as public green space.

The Grove Marion

Denley Caughman of Marion, 2013 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

The 7,000-square-foot home was built in 1895 in the popular Eastlake design of the day, a style that includes hand-made details and furnishings. In keeping with the home’s history, the current owner utilizes a barn on the premises as a workshop for furniture-making and woodworking.

The Grove Marion County

Denley Caughman of Marion, 2013 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

Originally a farm, the estate was built for the Montgomery family. It remained with the Montgomerys for four generations, and Montgomery family antiques grace several rooms in the Grove.

The Grove

Denley Caughman of Marion, 2013 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent



The Grove Info


Address: 408 Harlee Street, Marion, SC 29571
GPS Coordinates: 34.180229,-79.395039
Website: http://www.grovebandb.com/

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