The building was designed by Edward C. Jones and Francis D. Lee in 1853 and was completed in 1854.
(S.C. Historical Society) The Fireproof Building was the most fire protected building in the country at the time of its construction and is…
William Gibbes House
The William Gibbes House, built sometime shortly after 1772, and redecorated in 1794, is one of the finest two-story frame residences in…
Dubose Heyward House
The historical significance of the DuBose Heyward House rests primarily on his novel, Porgy, which inspired the famed folk opera Porgy and…
The Heyward-Washington House is a very fine three-story brick Charleston “double house” which commemorates the residence of Thomas Heyward,…
Hibernian Hall is the only extant and authentic building significantly associated with the Democratic Convention of 1860 at Charleston &…
Completed in 1845, the Huguenot Church was the first Gothic Revival building built in Charleston.
Joseph Manigault House
One of the finest examples of the Adam style in America, the Joseph Manigault house reflects the architect’s taste for the classic style.
Market Hall and Sheds
The Market) The Market Hall is considered one of Charleston’s best examples of the Greek Revival style.