George O'Kelley Law Office
715 Bay St.;(Beaufort County)
R120 004 000 0940 0000
August 5 1997
Historic Core Shape:
Number of Stories:
Exterior Walls Materials:
National Register Determination:
contributes to listed district
Signficant Architectural Features:
rectangular commercial block now 2 high. Lower walls of tabby, above timber framed. Timber framed upper section has 3 bay facade facing south with high timber parapet displaying decorative brackets at cornice level. Modern (1997) shop front belo
Rebuilt after fire of 1907 when lower tabby walls were reused to support timber framed upper story.
Excavation indicates this structure was originally a store associated with the raised three story tabby house (now destroyed) erected on adjacent lot to east c.1765 and owned by by Daniel DeSaussure before the American Revolution. The original tabby bui
Source of Historical Information:
Brooker Architectural Design Consultants, Beaufort SC, Job Files (Archaeology); Lady's Island Middle School, Downtown as a Classroom.