430 South Mechanic Street, Pendlton, SC
September 21 1982
frame sheathed in weatherboard
Signficant Architectural Features:
1 story, rectangular plan, gable end roof, sloped to street; gable ends are sheathed in flushboard and have a single 4/4 window; two interior brick chimneys straddle the central roof ridge: hip roof porch across facade wraps right elevation and once wrapped left elevation; left portion has been enclosed; facade is sheathed in flushboard as well as the right elevation beneath the porch; the porch is supported by large wooden posts on recessed paneled wooden piers; facade has 3 bays ABA --A is a pair of 2/2 windows with plain surrounds, original shutter pins are visible; B is a single door entrance of Victorian style paneled door with Queen Anne block glass in the upper portion surrounded by sidelights and transom; C is a single window with 2/2 lights; on the left elevation of the house is a recessed porch which has been screened in and supported by narrow wooden posts and has a plain balustrade; there is a rounded out place for the well of the cistern and the basement section of the house; house appears to have a full basement; attached by a small modern deck is a small frame guesthouse sheathed in beaded weatherboard which has a gabled roof and a single door entrance and small rectangular window OUTBUILDINGS: several: one is a frame gable roof building with double door entrance & metal roof; another is a frame garage; a third is a brick building with a gable roof
some minor alterations made for modernization and door moved from N to E ca. 1890.
built by Dr. James Stuart from Beaufort; hom of Mrs. John C. Calhoun until 1866.
Pendleton - City, 1982-1983
Box 14, Series 108042, Survey of historic resources (county by county data on surface properties), circa 1971-2014