Nathaniel Russell House

51 Meeting St, Charleston, SC 29401, United States
Nathaniel Russell House, Charleston, South CarolinaNathaniel Russell HouseCharleston, South CarolinaThe house belonged to Nathaniel Russell, a Rhode Island merchant, who spent $80,000 on this Adamesque building before 1809. He and his wife, Sarah...39 Meeting St, Charleston, South Carolina39 Meeting StCharleston, South CarolinaBuilt for St. Michael's Church Rectory by Miller & Fullerton. It was sold in 1823 to Dr. William Read who served in the American Revolution as a...Thirty Six Meeting Street, Charleston, South CarolinaThirty Six Meeting StreetCharleston, South CarolinaCharming 18th century homes line Charleston's King Street and Meeting Street (and the whole Historic District). #Charleston #southcarolina...James Brown House, Charleston, South CarolinaJames Brown HouseCharleston, South CarolinaThe James Brown House is situated on a portion of Lot Number 82 of the Grand Modell, the city plan for Charleston that was developed in 1670. The...The Samuel Wainright House, Charleston, South CarolinaThe Samuel Wainright HouseCharleston, South CarolinaThis advertisement appeared in the S.C. Gazette on 6th Jan., 1784, following Mr. Wainwright's death "On WEDNESDAY the 28th of JANUARY inft. WILL BE...William Elliott House, Charleston, South CarolinaWilliam Elliott HouseCharleston, South CarolinaWilliam Elliott, whose distinguished family began here as a "brotherhood of builders," appears to have had this house constructed sometime before...27 Meeting St, Charleston, South Carolina27 Meeting StCharleston, South CarolinaThis three story stuccoed brick house on high brick basement is presumed to have been built after the Revolution. The cast iron gates to the yard...37 king street, Charleston, South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina37 king street, Charleston, South CarolinaCharleston, South CarolinaDay 52 - Checking out Charleston. The historic wrought iron gates of Charleston are beloved by so many of the city's residents and visitors. This...Miles Brewton House, Charleston, South CarolinaMiles Brewton HouseCharleston, South CarolinaThe house was designed by Architect Ezra Waite and built in 1765-69 for a prominent Charleston citizen from whom it takes its name. It is notable...Colonel John Stuart House, Charleston, South CarolinaColonel John Stuart HouseCharleston, South CarolinaThis Georgian style home built in 1772, was the home of Colonel John Stuart, who was the King's Superintendent of Indian Affairs.Saint Michael's Church, Charleston, South CarolinaSaint Michael's ChurchCharleston, South CarolinaThe imposing tower of this church is one of the many famous landmarks in downtown historic Charleston! #architectureCharleston, South CarolinaCharlestonSouth CarolinaRoaming the streets of downtown Charleston, there is a photo opportunity no matter which way you turn.Saint Philip's Church, Charleston, South CarolinaSaint Philip's ChurchCharleston, South CarolinaPartial view of the episcopal church in Charleston. It's easily recognized in the skyline of Charleston.Thomas Heyward House, Charleston, South CarolinaThomas Heyward HouseCharleston, South CarolinaThis three story brick house was built by Nathaniel Heyward before 1803 or by his brother Thomas Heyward (signer of the Declaration of...Saint Michael's Church, Charleston, South CarolinaSaint Michael's ChurchCharleston, South CarolinaSuch a beautiful church, one of many found in Charleston. It's actually the oldest religious structure still standing in the city! People wander...Saint Michael's Church, Charleston, South CarolinaSaint Michael's ChurchCharleston, South CarolinaThe steeple of St. Michael's Church located on Broad Street in Charleston, SC.Saint Michael's Church, Charleston, South CarolinaSaint Michael's ChurchCharleston, South CarolinaAmazing history and where John Rutledge is buried. Stroll through the beautiful graveyard.Saint Michael's Church, Charleston, South CarolinaSaint Michael's ChurchCharleston, South CarolinaI love this church and the way they have individual pews. I travel to churches all over the world and this is one of my favorites.86 Broad St, Charleston, South Carolina86 Broad StCharleston, South CarolinaThis building, erected in the post-revolutionary period on a part of the land once known as Archdale's Square, was occupied by the Charleston...St. Michael's Episcopal Church, Charleston, South CarolinaSt. Michael's Episcopal ChurchCharleston, South CarolinaSt. Michael's Church was built between 1751 and 1761 at the corner of Broad and Meeting streets on the site of the original wooden church built in...
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