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Due West Town Hall

Historic Property
Alternate Name:
Due West Town Hall
Street Address:
Bonner Street, Due West, SC (Abbeville County)

Date Surveyed:
August 19 1980
Construction Date:
Historic Use:
Current Use:
Historic Core Shape:
Number of Stories:
Exterior Walls Materials:
Concrete Block
Signficant Architectural Features:
1-story rectangular-shaped concrete building (painted white); main core housing city hall features recessed panel in upper portion of facade w/single door topped by transom and covered by storm door; door is flanked by 4/2 light windows; exterior around door is scored to resemble blocks; right side of building houses fire department trucks and features 2 large garage doors; rear of building used to house jail (has been condemned) left elevation of building has three 6/3 light windows covered by metal awnings; same scoring effect between windows; also, 2 windows flanking entrance to jail (one is boarded, one has bars); awning also covers door & windows on facade; right elevation has three 6/3 light windows & 1 single door; scoring effect also between windows & door; rear elevation has 3 windows (1 boarded) & steps leading to basement entrance; scoring effect on rear also.
Windows boarded
Historical Information:
WPA Project
Due West - City 1980-1981
Archives Location:
Box 10, Series 108042, Survey of historic resources (county by county data on surface properties), circa 1971-2014

Related places
Due West
Abbeville County