The Price House
September 4, 2008
The Price House is a stately and unique brick house located near Spartanburg. Its sturdy Flemish-bond brick construction and three stories are not very common for this area. It was build in 1795 by Thomas and Ann Price on their 2,000 acre plantation. Thomas was a postmaster and operated a general store and tavern.
The „house of publick entertainment“ provided room and board for stagecoach travelers.
The Price House can be visited year round on Sundays and between April-October on Saturdays, also.
Take I-26 to Exit 28. Take 221 S towards Woodruff turn left at second light onto Hobbysville Road, go ca.3.5 miles, turn right into Price House Road, go ca. 3/4 mile turn right on Oak View Farms Road, Price house is on the fork of Price House Road and Oak View Farms Road.
Year round Sunday 2 pm – 5 pm
April – October
Saturday 11 am – 5 pm
Cost: Adults $ 4 / Youth $ 2.50
1200 Oak View Farms Road,
Spartanburg, SC 29376
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© Flavia Westerwelle