St. Frances Methodist Church, built in 1845 in Woodville, 40 miles north of Greenville is for sale for $39,000. It was restored to its former glory by a restoration contractor in 2004. The church, surrounded by cotton fields, had been purchased for wedding events by a husband and wife who lived in the Triangle, but they’re now selling it.
St. Frances Methodist Church, built in 1845 in Woodville, 40 miles north of Greenville is for sale for $39,000. It was restored to its former glory by a restoration contractor in 2004. The church, surrounded by cotton fields, had been purchased for wedding events by a husband and wife who lived in the Triangle, but they’re now selling it. Courtesy of Nancy Winslow
St. Frances Methodist Church, built in 1845 in Woodville, 40 miles north of Greenville is for sale for $39,000. It was restored to its former glory by a restoration contractor in 2004. The church, surrounded by cotton fields, had been purchased for wedding events by a husband and wife who lived in the Triangle, but they’re now selling it. Courtesy of Nancy Winslow

Want to own an 1845 church, restored to its old glory? Only $39,000.

February 02, 2017 11:22 AM

UPDATED February 02, 2017 01:54 PM

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