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Edmondston-Alston House


category : Famous Homes
The Greek Revival mansion commands a sweeping view of the harbor from its location on Charleston's High Battery. Built in 1825 by merchant Charles Edmondston, Greek revival details were added in 1838 by Charles Alston, a wealthy rice planter. It is an outstanding example of a planter's town house, and is richly appointed with original furniture, tableware and Alston's library.


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      Address: 21 E Battery ST
      Charleston,SC 29401

      Phone: (843) 722-7171
      Fax: (843) 722-4176
      Our Website:www.middletonplace.org

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