McGowan-Barksdale-Bundy House an Architectual Delight

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The McGowan-Barksdale-Bundy House is an architectual delight. Known as “The Generals’ House”, the McGowan-Barksdale-Bundy House in Abbeville, SC is an excellent example of the Queen Anne style, characterized by towers, turrets, multi-faceted roofs and windows and various textures of exterior material. Completed in 1888, the house has 4 levels. Behind the main house are 3 servant cabins. Two of the cabins have original plaster walls and are extremely rare. A caboose from CXS railroad celebrates the train era in Abbeville and is located on the lawn of the house. The caboose is a piece of history that can be enjoyed for generations to come!

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Old 96 District
December 17, 2015
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