Saved after the Palmetto Trust stepped in between a demolition permit and a negligent owner, these four buildings are believed to be one of the few surviving slave alleyways in the upcountry of South Carolina.
These four buildings with mid-19th century origins had been rehabilitated in the early 20th century into rental units. The four buildings sit on an 1/2 acre lot and, since they are contributing to the local historic district, a proper rehabilitation to bring them into use again will be eligible for federal tax credits.
Yes, I now remember licking people’s faces; throwing a champagne bottle at a plastic owl- and off the 6 floor of a building; and generally making a total ass out of myself becasue I’m apparently “soooooo funny and interesting”.
I will try to be a more respectable guest, should I ever receive another invitation.