2000 College Street, Newberry, SC
September 1 5003
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National Register Determination:
contributes to listed district
Signficant Architectural Features:
This brick building stands on the site of the original college building and is the oldest building on the campus. It consists of a three story center pavilion with a hipped roof flanked by two two story wings connected by two story hyphens. Windows in the center section are paired and are topped with segmental hoods on the first floor and pedimented hoods on the second floor. Windows in the wings and hyphens have segmental 'eyebrows.' All windows have been replaced with 6 over 6 storm sashes. There are decorative carved brackets in the eaves. The entrance is accented by a pediment on brackets over a round arch flanked by Doric pilasters. Projecting dados flank the steps.