Chancellor Carroll House

Historic Property
Alternate Name:
Chancellor Carroll House
Street Address:
112 Gregg Street, Aiken, SC

Site Number:
Site Number:
Date Surveyed:
April 23 1986
Construction Date:
circa 1850
Historic Use:
Current Use:
Construction Method:
Foundation Materials:
Brick Piers with Fill
Roof Materials:
Composition shingle
Signficant Architectural Features:
Chancellor Carroll House: 1-1/2 store frame residence, rectangular w/rear addns.; 3 bays wide (W-E-W), main block is 3 bays deep (prd W-W-W); side facing gable comp, roof w/3 front facing gabled dormers; 2 int. br. chimneys w/cor belled caps; 1 story engaged porch along the front & sides w/square wood post3w/decorative capital3 & simple wood balustrade, small 1 by 2 bay wing to the NE; 3mall 2 by 1 bay enclosed porch to the S.; attached 2 by 3 bay structure to the NE; boxed cornices w/returns; simple plain board frieze; 6/6 windows; central entrance has transom & si delights, molded surrounds, wood weatherboard siding; br. pier fndtn w/br. infill, approx. 40 yrds to N. of house is 3mall 2 by 2 bay structure, 4 bays wide (W-W-E-W), side gable patterned comp, roof; 1 int. br. chimney, shed porch over front entry, wood weatherbd. siding, brick pier fdn. OUTBUILDINGS: 1 frame residence (see description)
Additions, ca. 1870-1975
Historical Information:
Constructed prior to the Civil War by Chancellor James Parsons Carroll from Charleston; one of the earliest houses In the area to be occupied by tourists from Charleston
Source of Historical Information:
Surveu of Historical "Sites in the Lower Savannah Region", p. 23.
Aiken County Survey (Western Portion), 1986
Archives Location:
Box 11, Series 108042, Survey of historic resources (county by county data on surface properties), circa 1971-2014

Related place
Aiken County