4214 Hwy 219, Carlisle SC (Union County)
January 11 2005
Vacant/Not In Use
Historic Core Shape:
Number of Stories:
Exterior Walls Materials:
pressed aluminum shingle
National Register Determination:
Signficant Architectural Features:
The home has a two- porch on the main façade supported by simple Doric columns with matchstick balustrade. The porch gable contains a lunette window. The first floor has nine-over-nine double hung sash windows and the second has nine-over-six double hung sash windows--all with working shutters. There are two exterior end chimneys. other posts that flank the driveway entry are carved with a grapevine pattern done by J.E. Sherman in 1861. 02-17-1978
Hillside was constructed in 1832 by James Hill on the estate acquired by his father in 1791. It was constructed in the Georgian style. All the materials used in the construction of this house were produced and finished on the property including the locks and other iron hardware that was forged on the site in the blacksmith shop. Slaves working on the Hillside plantation had their own chapel, cemetery and quarters.
Source of Historical Information:
Catawba Regional Planning Council. Historic Sites Survey, Union County. November 1976. pp. 19.