The Kilgore-Lewis House, built in 1838, became the headquarters for the Greenville Council of Garden Clubs, Inc., on July 30, 1974. Moved thirty years ago from its original site to the present location on North Academy Street, the house is nestled among tall trees on a sloping terrain, overlooking a restored spring (c. 1765), a placid pond, and extensive gardens which are certified as a backyard wildlife habitat.
The house and its surrounding gardens serve as a favorite location for events such as weddings, receptions, family celebrations and small business meetings.
Visitors are welcomed for guided historic tours.
Member Since: 2014