This older home on S.C. 557, on the Clover tour, was once a farmhouse. It's owned by John and Jean Smith.
This older home on S.C. 557, on the Clover tour, was once a farmhouse. It's owned by John and Jean Smith.
This older home on S.C. 557, on the Clover tour, was once a farmhouse. It's owned by John and Jean Smith.

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December 03, 2007 11:54 PM

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