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Image of 8 Bull Street (E.M. Hacker Tenement) - Property File

8 Bull Street (E.M. Hacker Tenement) - Property File

Constructed 1907. One of four identical 2½-story wood houses with front porches and pedimented entries built by E.M. Hacker as an investment in the early-20th century. These very simple late-Queen Anne houses boast little decoration save their porches and secondary gables projecting from the principal roof gables and incorporating polygonal bays on the first floor. The row was acquired by the College of Charleston in the 1970s and restored as a ...

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11 Bull Street - Property File

Constructed ca. 1876. Jacob Small purchased 11 Bull Street in the 1870s from George A. Trenholm, builder of 15 Bull Street . Helena Kessler Eggers constructed the 2½ story dwelling at 11 Bull Street by 1876. Needs further research. History above is derived from the research on 15 Bull Street. File contains scant handwritten (staff) title research notes; Rosen and Associates inspection report (2002). No image on file.

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Image of 12 Bull Street (Hugh P. Cameron House) - Property File

12 Bull Street (Hugh P. Cameron House) - Property File

Constructed ca. 1851; altered 1890s. Separated from the Blacklock House property in 1849 and purchased by the architect Edward B. White, the lot subsequently became the property of Hugh P. Cameron, a King Street crockery merchant. The 3-story house is constructed of Charleston-made brick laid in a Flemish bond with stone lintels above its principal front windows and is faced by a double-tiered piazza. Late-Victorian and Colonial Revival changes ...

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Image of 15 Bull Street (Trenholm-Small House) - Property File

15 Bull Street (Trenholm-Small House) - Property File

Constructed ca. 1863-71. George A. Trenholm, wealthy Charleston blockade runner and secretary of the treasury of the Confederacy, probably built this 2½ story wood dwelling in the late 1860s. The house displays a mix of Italianate and Greek Revival style elements. A columned piazza with an arcade formed by jigsaw-cut trim stands on the front elevation of the 3-bay facade, which features a closed gable roof with Italianate brackets and a centra ...

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Image of 16-18 Bull Street (William Blacklock House and Dependency) - Property File

16-18 Bull Street (William Blacklock House and Dependency) - Property File

18 Bull Street (William Blacklock House): Constructed 1800; restored 1973. Completed in 1800 for one of Charleston's wealthy British merchants, the William Blacklock House represents a suburban retreat from the bustle of Charleston's mercantile district. Previously, Blacklock had been in partnership with the Scots merchant Adam Tunno in one of the largest import-export businesses on East Bay Street. In plan, the house resembles Charleston's Georgi ...

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Image of 24 Bull Street (Benjamin Lucas House) - Property File

24 Bull Street (Benjamin Lucas House) - Property File

Constructed ca. 1858; rehabilitated 1969. Benjamin Lucas, a builder or contractor who also served as city building inspector in the 1860s, bought this lot in 1858 five years after it was carved out of the Blacklock property. Constructed in the plantation style version of the Charleston single-house plan with double-tiered piazzas facing the street, this 3½ story stuccoed house has fine mid-19th century decoration with stone window lintels and si ...

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Image of 38 Bull Street  - Property File

38 Bull Street - Property File

No house history on file. Needs further research. File contains brief deed research notes (Sarah Fick, 2015); chain-of-title notes (1824-1968); portion of boundary survey (plat) (date missing).

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Image of 43 Bull Street (John C. Simons House) - Property File

43 Bull Street (John C. Simons House) - Property File

Constructed ca. 1850. A deep lot allows this 3-story dwelling to have a substantial setback from Bull Street, providing a degree of privacy. Built by the King Street merchant John Simons, the three-bay house is ornamented by extensive ironwork and a bracketed cornice. A false extension of the facade masks a triple-tiered piazza placed on the side of the building and fosters a sense of privacy. File contains Rosen and Associates (engineers) H ...

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