Joseph Manigault House

Interesting
Designed by gentleman-architect Gabriel Manigault for his brother Joseph, this stately brick manse (1803) captures the lifestyle of prosperous early-19C Huguenot planters. Typical of the Adam style of architecture, the house incorporates a variety of shapes and delicately carved woodwork in addition to its fine period furnishings.

Useful information

Address : 

350 Meeting St

Phone:

+1 843-722-2996

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