Asked by Patty Allen, Clemson, SC • Fri May 15, 2009
have part basements or totally above ground basements similar to a small garage apartment. I've heard homes in 29203, 29204, 29205, 29210, 29212, and 29201 have basements, but I have never been inside one in South Carolina.
If I found a brick home 1500 sq. ft. in 29201, 29210, or 29169 that I love, could I add a basement to it whether it be almost totally in the ground, 1/2 out of the ground, or outside the ground on property that was flat? People buy property with a rolling surface to add a walk-out basement. I think buying land to build a basement and 1 1/2 story house (attic for bedrooms) would be very expensive. I come from an area of the country 30 years ago where everyone has a basement for rainy days, extra living space, snow/cold days, and for one's children to play in. We would ride our bicycIes inside, our mothers would do laundry there, and dads worked on hobbies with cars/projects for the home down there. Tornado/hurricane areas need basements. Need MANY to respond to this
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