J.C. Stribling Barn

Also known as the Sleepy Hallow Barn and the Stribling-Boone Barn, the JC Stribling barn is a historic brick barn located in Clemson, South Carolina. It was built in 1890 by the Striblings, a local farmer family.

The JC Stribling Barn is actually a replacement for the older structures that used to stand on the site. The original estate was named Sleepy Hollow, and its barn and other outbuildings were lost in a fire in 1890. It is most commonly known after the name of Jesse Cornelius Stribling, a former Confederate Army private who became a farmer after the Civil War.

The JC Stribling Barn is currently operated as a bed and breakfast while its grounds are usually used for weddings and other events. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.

220 Isaqueena Trail
Clemson, SC 29631
(864) 597-4527
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