Our craftsman-style home was built by B. A. Lowry, one of the former mayors of Seneca. It is listed on the National Register of Historic places. South Carolina native Rudolph E. Lee (1876 – 1959) of Clemson College designed the house. Lee Hall of Clemson University’s School of Architecture is named in his honor and houses the Lee Gallery, which showcases the most current trends in architectural design and construction.
We purchased the home in January 2006 and have spent the last year restoring and furnishing it. We are currently restoring the exterior of the home and the private back yard gardens for your enjoyment.
In our large formal dining room, guests can enjoy a delicious, hot breakfast each morning as they sit around the table and enjoy the friendly company of other guests.
The sitting room with its restored furniture provides a relaxing environment at any time. We have decorated the room and others throughout the house with antiques, some reflecting the original period. On a cool day, the covered wraparound front porch also makes a relaxing place to eat.