Hunter's Store

Historic Property
Alternate Name:
Pendleton District Historical and Recreational Commission
Street Address:
At the corner of North Mechanic street and East Queen Street, Pendlton, SC

Site Number:
Site Number:
Date Surveyed:
October 19 1982
Construction Date:
circa 1850
Historic Use:
Current Use:
Recreation & Culture
Construction Method:
Foundation Materials:
Not Visible
Roof Materials:
Signficant Architectural Features:
Two story brick commercial building, common bond; 1st story facade bay; ABA: A is a 12/8 light window set in a segmental arched opening; B is a double door entrance with rectangular light and upper portions also set in segmental arched opening; the Bays are separated from each other by brick wall pilasters and there is a double stairway entrance to the double door; the 2nd story facade has 3-6/6 light windows with lentils the name Pendleton District Historical and Recreational Commission is located between the two stories; the parapet has corpel brick cornice and have 7 rectangular recessed panels which have been stuccoed; the right elevation has a single door entrance with portico and a single window on the lst story and 5-6/6 light windows on the 2nd story; the building has carved brackets beneath the eaves. There is also a corbeled brick course dividing the lst and 2nd stories. The left elevation also has 6/6 light windows. From the base of the building of the facade to the street level there is a rock wall with a wrought iron balustrade. OUTBUILDINGS: None
Historical Information:
Built as Jesse Lewis Store, 1870 bought by James Hunter and others.
Pendleton - City, 1982-1983
Archives Location:
Box 14, Series 108042, Survey of historic resources (county by county data on surface properties), circa 1971-2014

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