This Abandoned Natural Spring In South Carolina Is Just Begging To Be Visited

Countless abandoned places dot the landscape throughout South Carolina, each one offering a little glimpse into the past. And the following abandoned spring house in Taylors is no different. The white building seen below is a holdover from a bygone era in which the wealthy and the sick would congregate here beginning in the mid-1800s in hopes of curing ailments and more.

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It’s located on private property, so visiting will be at your own risk. It’s located on Dan Bull Road, just a stone’s through from busy Wade Hampton Boulevard (SC-29) just outside of Greenville. Here’s a link to the Google Map location.

For another unique abandoned spot in the Palmetto State, take a look at these photos of the abandoned Hard Rock Theme Park on the coast!