|Object ID #||ASHLEY.258.001|
|Title||258 Ashley Avenue|
|Object Type||Property File|
|Scope & Content||
Constructed 1907. Typical Charleston single house with enclosed piazzas, located at the corner of Ashley Avenue and Bogard Street. Hurricane Hugo caused extensive damage to the house. HCF purchased the house through its Neighborhood Impact Initiative and stabilized it through the Crafts Training Program.
No additional history on file. Needs further research.
File contains Title to Real Estate referring to restrictive covenants; annual inspection report; Full, Final, and Complete Release legal document; correspondence and other documents regarding the rehabilitation work to be compeleted on the house; correspondence and other documents regarding the demolition work to be done on the house [prior to rehabilitation]; Neighborhood Impact Initiative specifications; chain-of-title records and research notes (including by HCF, 1996); photocopies of 1942 Sanborn map and 1996 plat; captioned newspaper photograph showing Crafts Training Program participant; data sheet for CharlestonWISE Impact Project (Sustainability Institute) that includes construction date, square footage, number of stories, building orientation, system materials/types, Sanborn Map research notes, and additions/alterations notes (Mariah Schwartz, 2011); SC Dept. of Archives and History architectural survey form; Neighborhood Impact Initiative memorandum (Houlihan, 1998) and property description.
No inspection photographs on file (see Easement Manager).
|Subjects||Historic buildings--South Carolina--Charleston|
Radcliffeborough and Cannonborough
Crafts Training Program
Before and after
Corners, corner stores
1 Covenant/Management Folder
1 History/Miscellaneous Info Folder
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