Historic McDonald-Price House Circa 1847-1850. This fabulous home, on the National Register of Historic Places, is a modified upcountry Greek revival cottage. A wonderful wide porch with freestanding columns will greet your guests. This home as many of the original elements from heart of pine floors to original glass windows. Four cozy fireplaces, fenced in back yard for pets, 5 car garage and workspace, finished craft room over the garage with AC (not inculded in sq footage) and amazing plantings and trees on this 3/4 of acre lot all add to this extraordinary property in the Marion Historic District. Enjoy the quaint gardens of your own property and the surrounding Historic District. If you are looking for a wonderful historic home this is a must see! Following is a description of the Marion Historic District surrounding this home and some Local history in the area according to SCDAH records: "Tradition states that at the site of Marion was an old Indian trading post located at the intersection of two trails (approximately at the present Main and Goldbold Streets); four acres of land given to the county for public buildings in 1798 became the nucleus of the village. The two trails then divided the public square into four one acre plots. These squares are now grass-covered areas, shaded by trees and planted with azaleas and camellias. The Courthouse and the Records Building are the only buildings on these plots, but early deeds referring to lots and buildings "according to the Village Plan" indicate a system of early planning with stores, meeting houses and homes built around the square. Many of these original buildings stand today, altered slightly to meet the demands of repair and convenience. Moss-hung oaks and elms, interspersed with dogwoods, line the streets along which are old homes and buildings representing various styles of 19th Century architecture."