The Blythe-Goodwin House represents an extraordinary opportunity to preserve one of the finest examples of early architecture typical of the foothills region from the later part of the eighteenth century. This house, built in 1790 sits at the intersection of Scenic Highway 11 and US Highway 25. This house was purchased with funds made possible from the SC Conservation Bank, the County of Greenville, SCDOT and the Greenville Chapter of the Cherokee Foothills National Scenic Byway Association. The house is currently on The National Register of Historic Places. The house will be restored and turned into an Upcountry Museum. There is a side building on the property that will likewise be restored and converted into a welcome center for visitors to the area.
A map for the Blythe-Goodwin House has been provided in Google Map format.