The historic Spencer Shreve House, listed on the National Register in association with the historic Church Street District, was built c. 1825 -1830 in the popular Federal style, with a wide front veranda exhibiting its original four neoclassical columns and above-the-door transoms. The home was built during the later part of the Antebellum period and it was home to the Shreve Family through much of the post-Civil War era. The front facing gabled portion of the house has four large rooms and galleries on the front and back with dual parlor entrances. The L shaped portion of the house was added in 1840 and includes a large room that exhibits Greek Revival inspired woodwork. This house has a unique floor plan for its time and has a more modern flow than traditional center hall homes built during that period. The Spencer Shreve House still needs some renovation to be complete but features lovely, original cypress wide plank floors plus many decorative elements, moldings and mantels that were restored from the local Sillers House. The home also has modern conveniences such as an HVAC system, updated plumbing and a period style fence built to encircle the property.
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