Lunney House Museum

211 West South 1st ST

Seneca, SC 29678

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Phone: (864) 710-7494

City: Seneca

Region: Mountains

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Lunney House Museum

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this California style bungalow was built in 1909 by Dr. & Mrs. W.J. Lunney and occupied continuously by the Lunney family until 1969. Its distinctive Arts and Crafts architecture extends to include a two-story carriage house and a "two-seater" outhouse. This house museum contains a collection of Victorian furniture as well as historic memorabilia from Oconee County.

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