York County History: In 1907, William T. Ramsey built this Queen Anne influenced New South styled home on Hickory Grove Road. The house has a hipped roof with gable dormers and wood shingles found in the gable dormers. Two log core barns or sheds are also located on the grounds. [Historical Properties of York County, SC – 1995]
The 1910 Walker’s map of York County does not show the Ramsey home. The map shown, is the approximate location of the house. In 2018 the house remains abandoned and overgrown with little or no prospects for preservation.
*** The address is approximate.
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