112 W. Queen St. , Pendlton, SC
September 21 1982
1819 – 1823
Architect or Builder:
Robert Mills ??
Signficant Architectural Features:
2 story brick structure which has been stuccoed on the second floor; hipped roof with a corbelled brick cornice; 1 story hipped roof porch across facade supported by paired plain columns and has a slat balustrade; porch has been enclosed and stuccoed on left end of facade; bay is ABA -- A is a single 9/9 light window; B is a single door entrance which is recessed from the side and it appears to have a boarded over transom; second story bay has 3 single 9/9 light windows with lug sills; house has 2 exterior end stuccoed chimneys OUTBUILDINGS: none visible
porch enclosed, stucco on second story and the entrance has been recessed.
this was built originally as a jail in 1821 and used by the Female Academy in 1828; became a private residential in 1919.
Pendleton - City, 1982-1983
Box 14, Series 108042, Survey of historic resources (county by county data on surface properties), circa 1971-2014