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I. COLONIAL 1690-1740

1. Raised Panel Shutters

2. Medieval T-shaped Chimney

3. Hipped Dormer

4. High-Pitched Gable Roof

5. Simple Cornice

6. Beaded Clapboard Siding

7. Very Low Foundation

8. Central Hall Plan


Other Notable Colonial Buildings in Charleston

Pink House Tavern 17 Chalmers St. c.1712

Powder Magazine 79 Cumberland St. c.1713

143-145 Church St. c.1740

79 Church St. c.1722

141 Church St. c.1740

95 East Bay c.1740

97 East Bay c.1740

54 Hasell St. c.1712

5-7 Tradd St. c.1727-1778

8-10 Tradd St. c.1726

38 Tradd St. c.1720

40 Tradd St. c.1718


Information and images from the poster: ARCHITECTURE: STYLES OF HISTORIC CHARLESTON.

A cooperative education project by the Historic Charleston Foundation and Drayton Hall, a property of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Project Design & Coordinator: Meggett B. Lavin, Curator, Drayton Hall

Consultant: Jonathan Poston, Director of Preservation Programs, Historic Charleston Foundation


Stephen A. Smith, AIA. Falls Church, Virginia

Ricardo J. Viera, University of Florida Graduate Program, Architecture

Linwood R. King, Savannah College of Art and Design

Lori S. Smith, University of Florida

© Copyright 1988, 1990 Historic Charleston Foundation and the National Trust for Historic Preservation

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