|Title||110 Beaufain Street (Robert Shands Smith House)|
|Object Type||Property File|
|Scope & Content||
Constructed ca. 1840. During the 1830s land on the north side of what is now Colonial Lake was sold in parcels by the planter Robert Hume. The parcel on which 110 Beaufain Street and its neighbor to the west stand was purchased by Whiteford Smith. 110 Beaufain Street was transferred to Robert Shands Smith, a commission merchant, who built a 3½ story, scored stucco single house. The dwelling is a classic Charleston single house with restrained Greek Revival lines, a tripartite window in the front gable end, and double-tiered piazza with a flat roof. A modern addition off the third floor allows for another bathroom. Stuccoed belt coursing separates the second and third floors.
File contains narrative house history and supporting handwritten notes dated 1973); newspaper article "Beaufain Street Dwelling Shows 'Single House' Plan" (DYKYC); house history from Information for Guides of Historic Charleston; Rosen and Associates inspection report (2006).
|Subjects||Historic buildings--South Carolina--Charleston|
|Physical Description||1 File Folder|
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|Object ID #||BEAUFAIN.110.001|