The median home value in Salters,
SC is $56,835.
the county median home value of $194,878.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Salters,
SC is $56,835.
Approximately 62% of
Salters homes are owned,
compared to 16% rented, while
22% are vacant.
Salters real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
If you like to see a property, contact Salters real estate agent to arrange a tour
Learn more about living in Salters.
Have you ever dreamed of having a farm? Have you ever wanted to shoot deer in your own yard. Would you like to raise your own cows, chickens, goats or pigs ect. How would you like to grow your own vegetables? You can raise your own meat and grow your own vegetables so you know exactly what's in them. Are you tired of having your neighbors only 5 feet from your house? If you are looking for peace and quite in the country, then look no further this is it. This 3 bedroom 2 bath house sits in the middle of 44 acres of land of which about 31 acres is crop land and the balance wooded. House was built in 1959 and has a family room kitchen and a additional room that could be used as an office or another bedroom house needs some upgrades but is well built.
The centuries old Live Oak allee directs you to this impressive and grand antebellum home. Built to last, almost 200 years ago, the 22'' solid brick exterior walls have a smooth stucco finish scored to resemble stone blocks. Broad porches that wrap around the house were designed to catch the breezes of summer, and are a great place to enjoy the peaceful views of the surrounding fields and forest. With the presence of abundant wildlife, deer and wild turkeys are often seen from these porches! Upon entering the home, the entrance hall has wide antique plank flooring, a large plaster coved ceiling and an imposing stairway with a hand-turned newel and balusters. The hall divides the rooms and, further back there is a matching doorway to the rear porch. On the right, the grand dining