Simpsonville’s Ice Cream Station will soon add a new location to the Mauldin Cultural Center.
The new store will be in the Gosnell cabin, a 200+ year-old structure moved from its original location in northern Greenville County near the historic Poinsett Bridge, according to the Mauldin Cultural Center website.
Serge Guillot, owner of the Ice Cream Station, said the project is still in the planning and engineering stage, but construction will begin soon.
“The new building will be constructed inside of the old building to protect the integrity of the cabin,” Guillot said.
Guillot chose to expand to Mauldin because of the charm of the Gosnell cabin, its proximity to the Simpsonville Ice Cream Station at 125 S Main St., and Mauldin’s similar population.
Guillot also said Mauldin has been enthusiastic about the project and the city is “fighting hard to make a downtown feel for the area.”
The Ice Cream Station’s website, menu, and contact information can be found at simpsonvillestation.com.