W side of Hellams Rd., approx. 1 1/2 miles S of its intersection with Hwy 101, SC (Laurens County)
October 19 2001
circa 1830 – 1840
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Exterior Walls Materials:
pressed metal shingle
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Signficant Architectural Features:
double front doors with sidelights, Federal style molding around door, 2 end chimneys, stone chimney base with brick top, porch is two-story, eight over eight windows, one outbuilding; two frame structures across the street may be part of the complex -- double pen with stone foundations and one has a porcelain door knob
small addition to the south side, porch replaced with concrete slab. The porch was redone in the 1980-1989. Some windows on the main façade were replaced in the 1980-1989 also.
The house across the street was once the kitchen building for the Hellams House and was later turned into a store. Another structure further down Hellams Rd. was also associated with the house. When the current owner and her husband moved to the house, the porch only extended over the gable; they expanded it in the 1980-1989 to the current two-story porch.
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