City Directories and History: “Built ca. 1820, this is a two-story frame Federal Period general store of a simple form. The building has a gable roof, nine over nine light windows with board shutters and doors held by strap hinges, and a one-story piazza spanning the facade. Strategically locate fo the early 19th century at the junction of the Augusta and Orangeburg Roads, the Brighton Store, served as the focal point of the community.”
Information from: Historic Resources of the Lowcountry, The Lowcountry Council of Government, Cynthia C. Jenkins, Preservation Planner – Published, 1979
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