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Joni Mitchell famously crooned, "you don't know what you've got 'till it's gone." But in the case of this jaw-dropping mansion in Spartanburg, South Carolina, it's pretty clear already what we're about to lose.

The home is dubbed Bon Haven and has been a landmark in Spartanburg since its construction in 1884, overseen by John B. Cleveland, who played a significant role in the early development of the city and is often referred to as its "first citizen." Cleveland invested heavily in local banks and schools and also represented South Carolina in the House of Representatives.

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