"Pine Acres was built for summer occupancy and has three exposures in every room of the house. It has high ceilings and large rooms, each with a fireplace, chair rails and paneled walls below, a large veranda and heart pine construction throughout, all features characteristic of pre-Civil War construction." from Beth's Pineland Village, a history of Summerville. Often referred to as the Perry-Eubank home because the family owned the property for over 50 years, it is believed to be built by J.S. Peake for Richard S. Bedon of the South Carolina Agricultural Society. The estimated date of construction is 1825, making this home one of the oldest in Summerville's historic district. Listed on The National Register of Historic Places, the home is approximately 3190 square feet with4 bedrooms and 3 full baths, sited off the main road with gravel drive on a 1-acre lot. Featuring classic revival round columns on a 9' wide wrap-around porch, this home has been updated but not altered. Original heart of pine flooring throughout, 10.5' ceilings on the first level and 9' on the second, and many windows have original glass. The home includes a large front living room measuring 20' x 23', large dining room, enclosed back porch, and a bedroom / study with full bath on the first floor. The kitchen is housed in a now attached former outbuilding / cabin and features a chef's island with gas cooktop, wooden counter tops, abundant cabinetry, dining area, views to the main lawn, and direct outside access. A centrally located stairway with landing leads to the second floor accessing three bedrooms, including the master, and 2 full baths. Each bedroom has three exposures offering abundant natural lighting and views of the grounds. Original door hardware and locking systems, porcelain interior door handles, a claw footed tub, and beautiful crystal chandeliers are just some of the timeless quality fixtures included. Comfort is maintained with 3 heating and air units, and additional blown in attic insulation. Wind your way along the ground's pathways, passing live oaks and magnolia, mature azaleas, camellias, and dogwoods. A large lawn area receives abundant morning sun. The original barn is now used as a garage / workshop, with full attic storage. Located less than 1 mile from town square, within walking distance to shopping, dining, community theater, schools and churches. An opportunity to own a part of Summerville's history!