Plane Hill-Charlotte Thompson School
691 Cantey Lane
December 4 2001
Historic Core Shape:
Number of Stories:
Exterior Walls Materials:
facade and left elevation
National Register Determination:
Signficant Architectural Features:
Massed plan, Centrall Hall, Greek revival residence on raised lower level. Five bay façade. Interior chimneys. Square paneled columns on stuccoed piers support hip roof porch that projects beyond porch footprint. Plain balustrades. Door surround with transom and side lights.Criteria A (Social History) and C (Architecture)
Rear kitchen addition over 50 years of age. In-filling in foundation, some replacement windows. Porch is historic but not original.
Built c. 1817 by Starke Hunter. In 1828-30, owned by Stephen D. Miller prior to his term as S.C. governor. Alexander Hamilton Boykin created terraced gardens. Later Charlotte Thompson School.
Source of Historical Information:
"Guide to Selected Historical Sites in Kershaw Co."