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Historic Charleston Foundation

Historic Charleston Foundation

Since its inception in 1947, Historic Charleston Foundation has continuously earned regional and national respect as a preservation-focused yet future-oriented and solution-driven organization. The Foundation’s commitment to advocacy, preservation and education means its staff is at the table, demanding careful consideration for any proposed development and, when necessary, taking action to protect that which keeps Charleston first in the hearts and minds of so many near and far. Residents and visitors alike can join the Foundation in both celebrating and protecting the “historic authenticity, cultural character and livability of the region through advocacy, stewardship and community engagement.”

  • 1.

    Aiken-Rhett House

    Aiken-Rhett House

    Built in 1820, the Aiken-Rhett House is one of the best-preserved townhouse complexes in the nation.

  • 2.

    Nathaniel Russell House

    Nathaniel Russell House

    Constructed in 1808, this Neoclassical townhome was built for slave merchant Nathaniel Russell.

  • 3.

    James Missroon House

    James Missroon House

    Located on East Bay Street, this historic house now serves as the headquarters for HCF.

  • 4.

    108 Meeting St

    108 Meeting St

    Historic Charleston Foundation Shop

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