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William Enston Home, Cottage No. 2, 900 King Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

William Enston Home, Cottage No. 2, 900 King Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

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Significance: Cottage No. 2 is one of the first five buildings built on the site in 1887. Nineteen nearly identical cottages were built here in 1887 and 1888. Cottage No. 2 was selected for documentation because of its relatively good condition and current lack of occupants.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N229
Survey number: HABS SC-686-A
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 96000493



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Price, Virginia B, transmitter


Charleston, South Carolina, United States32.80170, -79.94861
Google Map of 32.801697, -79.948607


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