InnerCella Style and decor, explored
Homeowner Lil Glenn holds a BA in studio arts/photography from Converse College, and she has a well-curated collection of Greenville artists, which she displays on a neutral backdrop throughout the home.
Farm House Refresh / by M. Linda Lee / photos by Rebecca Ledhe
When realtor Lil Glenn signed the contract on her current home in 1999, the Queen Anne-style farmhouse on Rowley Street had been flagged by the City of Greenville for demolition. The decrepit 1906 structure had been split into a duplex, and a tree was literally growing through one of the front rooms. Long abandoned, the house still had furniture in it. â€œIt was as if someone went out to the grocery store and never came back,â€? Glenn recalls. The neighborhood, too, was sad. Houses were in various states of disrepair and sidewalks were torn up. Even so, the Greenville realtor fell in love.
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