Beautiful single family home, bed and breakfast, Airbnb or an event site, the possibilities are endless. The historic property is thought to have been part of the Isaac Hite Plantation, which was known as Cave Spring. The Leist-Richardson house was built by Adam Leist in 1890 and has been owned by his descendants for 128 years. His business, The Adams Leist General Store, was attached to the house, and the family lived in the rear and above the first floor. The home and formal gardens have been restored by his grandson and remind you of an earlier, gentler era, as you stroll along the brick walkways and look through the antique bubble glass windows. The main house is 4,068 SF and the carriage house is 1,300 SF which
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