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Title 160 Broad Street (William Wragg House)
Object Type Property File
Scope & Content Constructed by 1855; renovated or rebuilt 1866-1870, 1940. Originally a 3-story dwelling owned by one of South Carolina's leading physicians, William Wragg, who lived primarily on this site from 1855 until his death 30 years later. Passing to the McLeod family, the house was lowered or refenestrated and renovated in the Colonial Revival style with a portico. Wragg built the adjacent dwelling at 162 Broad Street for his daughters.

File contains architectural historical assessment (1989); historical research written and compiled by Mrs. Charles Widney (includes title research, family history, plat, scope of work to be done, floor plans) (undated).
Subjects Historic buildings--South Carolina--Charleston
Search Terms Broad Street
Lower Peninsula
Physical Description 1 File Folder
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Object ID # BROAD.160.001