City Directories and History: Ward-Bull House: A simple three story building circa 1750; has pre – Revolutionary detached kitchen still standing; beautifully carved marble Italian mantel, reported to have been brought in from Alderly Plantation. by former owner. The home retains many of its original doors and most hinges. The home, like many has been enlarged and one section of the structure features and hewn beams across living and dining rooms, suggesting it maybe the oldest section of the structure.
Information partly from Georgetown’s Walking Tour – K. Lawrimore, Chamber of Commerce & SCDAH’s Georgetown NR Nomination.
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