City Directories and History: The Young – Johnson house constructed in ca. 1850…..(ca. 1850)—Typical lowcountry raised cottage exemplifying both West Indian style and Greek Revival influence. Broken roofline and large sweeping piazza are supported by six Doric colunms independent of porch. Double rooms open to either side of entrance hall, which leads into sitting room at rear of structure. Fine panel ed woodwork, high medallioned ceilings, massive doors, and locks characterize structure. (SC Dept. of Archives)
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