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Image of 22-24 Wentworth Street (Francis Q. McHugh Tenements) - Property File

22-24 Wentworth Street (Francis Q. McHugh Tenements) - Property File

Constructed ca. 1840; renovated 1970. The enterprising attorney Francis Q. McHugh, who built six substantial brick buildings in this area in the 1840s and 1850s, constructed a double tenement on this site in about 1840. The house has brick details common to the area, but particularly noteworthy are the cast-iron grilles set into the dogtoothed brick parapet, featuring a palmetto motif rather than the formal Greek anthemion design. Saved in the Ans ...

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South Wall Repairs, 24 Wentworth Street - Drawing, Architectural

Title of drawing: South Wall Repairs, 24 Wentworth Street Date of drawing: 6/17/1996 Name of creator(s): Designed by KMD, Drawn by ECM, III, Checked by ECP of Engineering, Surveying, and Planning, Inc. Elevation of New Block Masonry at Front Wall, Section at Front Wall, Typical Wall Section, Partial Plan at East and West Corners. Drawing includes handwritten highlights. Project NO.: 921.OSL.M

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Plat of 22-24 Wentworth Street - Plat

Title of drawing: Plat of 22-24 Wentworth Street and 54 Anson Street Date of drawing: 12/13/1966 Surveyed by Harold J. Lea Mond, Sigma Engineering Available on either blueprint or vellum.

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Image of 128 Wentworth Street (Henry Cobia House) - Property File

128 Wentworth Street (Henry Cobia House) - Property File

Constructed ca. 1840s. This Charleston double house was built by the auctioneer and commission merchant Henry Cobia. The dwelling, with its prominent double-tiered piazza, shows the influence of the late-Classical Revival style with its Tuscan columns and dentiled molding around the cornice. However, the Italianate double doors and pedimented first floor windows illustrate the emergence of Victorian architecture. The house has an ell addition as ...

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Image of 23 Wentworth Street (James J. Jeffords House) - Property File

23 Wentworth Street (James J. Jeffords House) - Property File

Constructed ca. 1843; restored 1966. James Jeffords, a planter, built the house at 23 Wentworth Street as his personal town residence in the mid-19th century. Jeffords's detailed stucco single house with corner quoins and stone window heads and sills stands apart from its eastern neighbor. Archibald Speare acquired his property next door at 21 Wentworth Street as a vacant lot in 1845 and sold the site by 1848 with "a new brick dwelling and outbuil ...

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23 Wentworth Street - Drawing, Architectural

Title of drawing: 23 Wentworth Street Date of drawing: 9/14/1978, Revised: 9/15/1978 Name of creator(s): SSL of Simons, Mitchell, Small & Donahue, Architects 1st Floor Plan, 2nd Floor Plan, West Elevation. Drawings included handwritten notes. Address is handwritten.

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Image of 25 Wentworth Street (Margaretta Hube House) - Property File

25 Wentworth Street (Margaretta Hube House) - Property File

Constructed ca. 1888. 25 Wentworth Street is a two-story masonry residence located on the south side of Wentworth Street in the historic Ansonborough neighborhood. This townhouse is clad in a distinctive red brick and was built directly adjacent to its neighbor at 27 Wentworth. The floor plan is unusual for Charleston as it featured an arched entry and an open passageway that extended the length of the house on the first floor. The outline or "gho ...

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Image of 26 Wentworth Street (Gardner Kitchen House) - Property File

26 Wentworth Street (Gardner Kitchen House) - Property File

Built by the Gardner family as an outbuilding to the house just to its west. Constructed some time after the Ansonborough fire of 1838 and before 1847. Needs additional research. File contains FOHG house history (1998).

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