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Wilson-Sottile House, College of Charleston

College Administrative Building · Harleston Village
11 College St (Green Way), Charleston, SC 29424, United States

Built in 1891 by merchant Samuel Wilson, this Queen Anne–style Victorian home features a Winnsboro granite foundation, slate roofs, fish-scale turrets, and stained, lead and beveled window glass. The interior features parquet floors, mosaics, intricate mahogany woodwork, and carved oak doors.

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  • Erica A.

    Fun fact: it used to be a women's dormitory in the 60's and 70's

    Erica Arbetter · June 26, 2012
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