“York County homes built or improved during the South’s post Civil War building boom, ca. 1880-1920.”
S.C.’s counties abound with historic treasures and abandoned places worthy of discovery. Roots and Recall is privileged to preserve their history; delivering them on some 32,000 pages. We have selected a number of York County structures of note for viewer to peruse. Some remain intact, others long ago disappeared. Remember just click on the highlighted name!
- Rainey House
- Barron Home
- Neely Mansion
- Good House
- Beach House
- Clyde – Ora Inn
- Logan House
- Love – Aycock Farm
- Spring’s Guest House
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