The Seay House

The Seay House

106 Darby Road
Spartanburg, 29306

The Seay House is believed to be the oldest house inside the city limits of Spartanburg.  Although a definite construction date for the log portion has not been established, evidence indicates that it was built prior to 1850.  Two of the frame additions made to the home in the late 19th century still remain.  The oldest portion of the house is a typical Scots-Irish, one room, one and one-half story, log house.  The logs are hand hewn, and the foundation consists of fieldstone.  The pipestem chimney, also made of fieldstone, is a style commonly found in Virginia but quite unusual for upstate South Carolina.


Groups of 4 or more and school tours can be scheduled Monday-Friday year round at a cost of $5 per person.  Please schedule at least two weeks in advance.

Please contact Colleen Twentyman: [email protected]


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