• 215 Poplar Street

Abbeville Jail

Historic Property
Alternate Name:
Abbeville County Museum
Street Address:
215 Poplar Street, Abbeville, South Carolina (Abbeville County)

Date Surveyed:
circa 1981
Construction Date:
circa 1830 – 1850
Historic Use:
Current Use:
Recreation & Culture
Architect or Builder:
Robert Mills (?), Mr. Graves
Number of Stories:
Exterior Walls Materials:
Roof Shape:
Signficant Architectural Features:
3-story stuccoed brick scored to resemble stone; rectangular plan; gabled roof w/ pediment on facade containing bullseye window w/ tracery; 1st story facade 3 bay ABA: A - 6/6 double hung window w/ stuccoed plain lintels on sill; B - recessed double door beneath segmentally arched entrance; rectangular transom and sidelights; 2nd and 3rd facade 3 6/6 windows; facade bays divided by 2 end and 2 central 3-story plain pilasters; 4 interior end chimneys; side elevations 5 bays consisting of 6/6 window on each story; slightly projecting watertable; rear elevation has 3 bays; 1st story ABA: A - 6/6 windows; B - centered double door entrance w/ rectangular transom and sidelights; shed roof portico supported on plain wood posts; 2 earthquake bolts between 2nd and 3rd stories; plain pediment.
Abbeville - City 1981
Archives Location:
Box 9, Series 108042, Survey of historic resources (county by county data on surface properties), circa 1971-2014

Related places
Abbeville County