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Rosewood Manor was built in 1895 for Seaboard Railway director, William Stackhouse. He later found the house too large for his family, and traded homes with a Marion grocer, McCoy Rose. The house was unoccupied for many years, and later purchased by Thomas Griggs.
Mr. Griggs carried out a subdued, but elegant renovation and furnished its rooms with an exceptional collection of antiques. Rosewood Manor spans a spacious two acres that entertains a grassy, uncluttered park like feel underneath the ancient large oaks and colorful dogwood trees.
Once inside the Rosewood Manor, your eye will be intrigued by the artistically arranged antiques bounding with extraordinary color. The oriental rugs invite you in to stay awhile with beautiful cranberry backgrounds and vivid tapestry-colored chairs and collections of flow blue china.
Rosewood Manor is known for its beautiful sounds from the chiming clocks, notes from the Baldwin Grand Piano and the pull of a bow against violin strings. Rosewood Manor is a proud member of the Long Bay Symphony. On occasion, many private concerts are held here.
This mansion is located in the historical district of Marion, South Carolina and is easily accessible from I-95 and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Rosewood Manor is close to all shopping in the Florence and Myrtle Beach area for those special momentos of your trip. We invite you to come stay with us and enjoy all that Rosewood Manor and Marion, South Carolina have to offer!
Rosewood Manor - 900 North Main Street - Marion, SC 29571 - Telephone: 336-312-9260