Don’t miss your chance to restore one of the most impressive homes in downtown Greenville. The all brick 4/2 home on James Street was built in 1925 by one of Greenville’s founding families. The property was designed by Wille Ward, one of the most noteable Southern architects in history. From the moment you step into the formal foyer, you will feel like you are taking a step back in time. In fact, the home is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. History lovers will appreciate the simple and elegant, interior trim, original oak flooring, light fixtures, custom doors, and glass hardware. The high ceilings, large rooms, and large windows allow natural light to fill the house. The house is made for entertaining with a large dining room that flows into the living room. The focal point of the living the room is the mature fireplace. Off the living room, is one of the most gorgeous sunrooms in all of Greenville. The arched windows are a testament to the superior craftsmanship of this era. The kitchen is renovated to feature a period appropriate gas range. You will have ample counterspace and custom cabinets. It, truly, is a chef’s kitchen complete with a built-in refrigerator. The breakfast nook is the perfect place to start and end your day. The butler’s pantry is the perfect complement to the preparation of any meal or holiday gathering. There is an opportunity to convert two unfinished rooms on the first level of the home into an expansive owner’s suite. The staircase is preserved to its original beauty. Upstairs, you will find a second owner’s suite on the front of the home, highlighted with its own fireplace. The guest bedroom is on the back of the house. The large laundry room is upstairs, and due to the size, could be converted into a large bathroom. This historic home is ready for a new owner to bring a fresh perspective. The friendly neighborhood is lined with mature oak trees and sidewalks. You can walk to everything downtown Greenville has to offer or hop on the trolley. An opportunity like this doesn’t happen very often. Bring your contractor and open a world of possibilities.