Historical two-story home on Edgefield’s premier location, Buncombe Street! Original structure built in 1890, enlarged in 1895 by local lawyer, E.H. Folk, and family owned until 1961. Open the beautiful front door to a graceful hall with a beautiful staircase. Lovely shady front porch with fretwork spindles overlooks lush yard with renowned camellia garden and other flowering trees. Gardens once contained 500 camellia trees. Many century trees including a tea tree believed to be a gift from Russian Czar to Lucy Pickens in the late 1800’s. Large country kitchen with new stove, microwave, and refrigerator at rear of home steps out onto its own private porch and access to privacy fenced back yard. Original wood floors, newly refinished, throughout home. Dining room has floor to ceiling, large built in corner cabinet for fine China. Fireplace surround of antique tile. Living room has original coal grate fireplace with cover. Upstairs is another center hall and 4 bedrooms and newly renovated bath. Great metal roof installed 7 years ago. Recent updates to home include two new AC units, insulation, foundation repairs, exterior siding repairs, attic repairs, and re-wiring, and pvc plumbing throughout house. Current owner has completed major restoration for house and garden, any updates needed are cosmetic. Home to be included in upcoming Edgefield County Historical Society Fall Homes Tour. Walking distance to Historic Downtown Edgefield with shops, restaurants, and public square. Call today to view and make this your home.