Brooke Tyndall

10654 11 Highway Campobello, SC 29322


Contingency Contract

3 full
Square Feet
Single Family
Primary BR on Main
Golf Course

If walls could talk! Drive through the gate and this stately Greek Revival style home will take you back in time, offering a grand elegance and historic charm with all of the modern conveniences! Built in 1904 with bricks made right here in Campobello, it was well-known local educator and minister Rev. Wingo’s vision turned reality. 118 years later it still stands…they just don’t build them like this anymore! Beautiful heart of pine floors and high ceilings draw you in as you enter into the roomy foyer. The master suite is located on the main level with a spacious updated bathroom and walk-in closet. A beautiful bank of windows allow natural light to spill into the living room, leading to the spacious dining room and into the eat-in kitchen. A second full bath rounds out the main level. Upstairs there are four bedrooms, split by a spacious landing with access to the top level of the impressive two-story portico, along with a third full bathroom. In case you lost count, there are 11 fireplaces in this home! A spacious sunroom leads out onto an expansive deck overlooking the fenced yard. There are several outbuildings on the property including a 1.5 story barn with electric, a 3-bay pole barn style equipment shed, a workshop with electric and an old tobacco barn! Perhaps the icing on the cake is the 5.66 gently sloped/level acres (approx. 2.4 acres open pasture) and a secondary gated entrance at the intersection of Highway 11 and Rock Ridge Farm Road. As you meander around the grounds, you’ll enjoy the shade cast from the established trees and landscape, including pear, mulberry, magnolia, Japanese Maple, crepe myrtle and black walnut trees, to name a few. This property is unrestricted and has all the makings for your very own homestead! Bring your horses, chickens, goats and garden gloves! Located in the heart of one of the prettiest areas in the Upstate yet just 10-15 from Downtown Landrum, fishing and recreation on Lake Bowen, minutes to I26, and 5 minutes to the nearest grocery store! This is truly a one of a kind property you won’t want to miss and have to see to truly appreciate! Schedule your private showing today!

Listing Brokerage Name

Allen Tate Greer

Presented By

Brooke Tyndall

(864) 704-7790



  • Single Family


  • Other
  • 2 Story


  • Attached Carport

Year Built

  • 1904


  • 5.66

Square Feet

  • 3800-3999

List Date

  • Jul 19, 2022

Listing Agent Name

  • Brooke Tyndall


Elementary School

  • Campobello-Gramling

Middle School

  • Campobello-Gramling

High School

  • Landrum



  • Yes


  • Ceramic Tile
  • Hardwood
  • Other

Sewer Type

  • Septic

Water Type

  • Public


  • Central Forced
  • Electric


  • Forced Air


  • Cook Top-Smooth
  • Dishwasher
  • Dryer
  • Oven-Electric
  • Washer

Interior Features

  • Ceiling 9ft+
  • Ceiling Smooth
  • Tub-Jetted
  • Tub Garden
  • Walk In Closet

Specialty Rooms

  • Sun Room

Room Dimensions Floor

  • Living Room
  • 15x19
  • -
  • Dining Room
  • 15x22
  • -
  • Breakfast Room
  • -
  • -
  • Kitchen
  • 14x25
  • -
  • Great Room
  • -
  • -
  • Den
  • -
  • -
  • Bonus/Rec Room
  • -
  • -
  • Sun Room
  • 11x13
  • -
  • Bedroom 2
  • 17x15
  • -
  • Bedroom 3
  • 16x15
  • -
  • Bedroom 4
  • 14x15
  • -
  • Bedroom 5
  • 16x14
  • -
  • Other Room 1
  • -
  • -
  • Other Room 2
  • -
  • -
  • Other Room 3
  • -
  • -
  • Other Room 4
  • -
  • -
  • Master Bedroom
  • 15x15
  • Main


Exterior Features

  • Barn/Stall
  • Deck
  • Porch-Front
  • Porch-Other

Exterior Construction

  • Other


  • Architectural


  • Crawl Space


  • Gravel

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