List of the oldest buildings in South Carolina

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This article attempts to list the oldest extant buildings surviving in the state of South Carolina in the United States of America, including the oldest houses in South Carolina and any other surviving structures. Some dates are approximate and based upon dendochronology, architectural studies, and historical records. Sites on the list are generally from the First Period of American architecture or earlier. To be listed here a site must:

  • date from prior to 1776; or
  • be the oldest building in a town, city, or county;
  • be the oldest of its type (e.g., church or government building).
Building Image Location Year built Original use Notes
Middleburg Plantation Middleburg Planation (Berkeley County, South Carolina).jpg Huger 1699 House
Medway (Mount Holly, South Carolina) Medway Plantation, U.S. Route 52, Pine Grove vicinity (Berkeley County, South Carolina).jpg Mount Holly 1704–1705 House
Old St. Andrews Parish Church (Charleston, South Carolina) St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, State Route 61, Charleston vicinity (Charleston County, South Carolina).jpg Charleston 1706 Church Oldest church building in South Carolina
St. James Church (Goose Creek, South Carolina) St. James Church (Goose Creek, South Carolina).jpg Goose Creek 1708 Church
Col. William Rhett House Rhett House.JPG 54 Hasell Street, Charleston 1712 House
Pink House Pink-house-charleston-sc1.jpg 17 Chalmers Street, Charleston 1712 House
The Powder Magazine PowderMagazine.jpg 79 Cumberland Street, Charleston 1713 The Powder Magazine of South Carolina State's oldest public building. Daily visitation hours - www.PowderMag.org
Mulberry Plantation Mulberry Plantation (Berkeley County, South Carolina).jpg U.S. 52, Moncks Corners 1714 House
Hanover House Hanover House (Clemson).JPG Clemson University, Anderson 1714 House The house was relocated to Clemson University's campus when its original site in Berkeley County was inundated for the creation of Lake Moultrie in the 1940s.
John Lining House 106 Broad.JPG 106 Broad Street, Charleston Before 1715[1] House The house is now used as a law office.
Elizabeth O'Neill Verner House 38 Tradd.JPG 38 Tradd Street, Charleston 1718[2] House Often described together with adjacent 40 Tradd St. as the Bullock buildings.
Bullock Buildings – 40 Tradd Street 40 Tradd Street.JPG 40 Tradd Street, Charleston 1718[3] House Often described together with adjacent 38 Tradd St. as the Bullock buildings.
Nicholas Trott House 85 Cumberland Street, Charleston 1719 House
John's Island Presbyterian Church Oblique Of JIPC.jpg Johns Island, South Carolina 1719 Church
William Bull House 35 Meeting St - Sep 2013.jpg 35 Meeting Street, Charleston 1720[4] House
Elizabeth Hext House GENERAL VIEW, FROM SOUTH - Hext House, 207 Handcock Street, Beaufort, Beaufort County, SC HABS SC,7-BEAUF,11-5.tif 207 Hancock Street, Beaufort 1720[5] House One of the earliest surviving houses using tabby concrete
Robert Brewton House Robert Brewton House.jpg 71 Church Street, Charleston 1721 House
23 King Street 23 King.JPG 23 King Street, Charleston 1721–1755 House The house has been divided in apartments.
Strawberry Chapel Strawberry Chapel, Cooper River, West Branch, Cordesville vicinity (Berkeley County, South Carolina).jpg Strawberry Chapel Road, near Cordesville 1725 Church
Thomas Fleming House 65 Broad.JPG 65 Broad Street, Charleston 1725–1740[6] House
Lamboll's Tenements 10 Tradd.jpg 8-10 Tradd Street, Charleston 1726[7] House
Christ Church Christ Church (Mt. Pleasant, SC) 2.jpg Mount Pleasant 1726 Church
John Cowan House 50 King St.JPG 50 King Street, Charleston 1729–1730[8] House
Edgar Wells House 52 King.JPG 52 King Street, Charleston 1729–1730[9] House
Fairfield Plantation Lynch House, U.S. Routes 17 & 701, McClellanville vicinity (Charleston County, South Carolina).jpg McClellanville 1730 House
Fenwick Hall Fenwick Hall Plantation, Northeast intersection of River Road & Maybank Highway, Johns Island (Charleston County, South Carolina).jpg Johns Island 1730 House
Col. George Chicken House 49 Tradd.JPG 49 Tradd Street, Charleston 1731[10] House
Dr. William Cleland House 60 Tradd.jpg 60 Tradd Street, Charleston 1732 House
Dr. Peter Fayssoux House 126 Tradd.JPG 126 Tradd Street, Charleston 1732[11] House
Thomas Rose House 59 Church St - Sep 2013.jpg 59 Church Street, Charleston 1733 House
Thomas Dale House 73 Church.JPG 73 Church Street, Charleston 1733[12] House
Dr. Henry Frost Office 98 Broad.JPG 98 Broad Street, Charleston 1735[13] House
Hampton Plantation Hampton-plantation-south-facade-sc1.jpg McClellanville 1735 House The plantation is now operated as a state park.
Hopsewee Hopsewee (Georgetown County, South Carolina).jpg South of Georgetown 1735 House
Hext Tenements 51-53 Tradd.jpg 51-53 Tradd Street, Charleston 1736[14] House
Allston-Read House Allston-Read House.jpg 405 Front Street, Georgetown 1737[15] House
William Elliott House 75 King.JPG 75 King Street, Charleston Before 1739[16] House
Thomas Lamboll House 19 King St.jpg 19 King Street, Charleston 1739 House A bed and breakfast operates out of the house.
Lucas Stearns House 719 Prince Street, Georgetown 1739[15] House
Masonic Lodge Georgetown 1740[15] Inn
William Vanderhorst House 54 Tradd Street.JPG 54 Tradd Street, Charleston 1740[17] House
Clark Mills Studio Clark Mills Studio (Charleston).jpg 51–53 Broad Street, Charleston 1740 House The building is now used as commercial space.
Benjamin Smith House 49 Broad.JPG 49 Broad Street, Charleston 1740[18] House
George Ducat House 56 Tradd.jpg 56 Tradd Street, Charleston 1740[19] House
Alexander Gillon House 2 Gillon.jpg 12 Gillon Street, South Carolina 1740[20] House
Alexander Peronneau Tenements 141 Church.JPG 141 Church Street, South Carolina 1740[21] House Alexander Peronneau built both this single tenement house and the neighboring double tenement at 143-145 Church St. circa 1740.
Pirate House 145 Church.JPG 143–145 Church Street, South Carolina 1740[22] House Alexander Peronneau built both this double tenement house and the neighboring single tenement at 141 Church St. circa 1740.
George Sommers House 43 East Bay.JPG 43 East Bay Street, Charleston 1740[23] House
Isaac Holmes Tenement 107 Church.JPG 107 Church Street, Charleston 1740[24] House
Withers-Porter House Withers-Porter House.jpg 316 Screven Street, Georgetown 1740[15] House
Hall-Sellars House 331 Screven Street, Georgetown 1740[15] House
Anne Boone House 47 East Bay.JPG 47 East Bay Street, Charleston After 1740[25] House
Othniel Beale Houses 99-101 East Bay.JPG 95–101 East Bay Street, Charleston After 1740[26] House
Stiles-Hinson House 940 Paul Revere Drive, Charleston 1742 House
Brunch-Hall House 36 Meeting.JPG 36 Meeting Street, Charleston 1743[27] House
George Eveleigh House 39 Church.JPG 39 Church Street, Charleston 1743[28] House
George Mathews House 37 Church.JPG 37 Church Street, Charleston 1743[29] House
John McCall House 19 Tradd.JPG 19 Tradd Street, Charleston 1745[30] House
Taylor-Haselden House 1032 Front Street, Georgetown 1745[15] House
Brewton's Corner Dependencies 35-37 Tradd.JPG 35 Tradd Street, South Carolina Before 1747[31] House
John Prue House 41 King.JPG 41 King Street, Charleston 1746[32] House
Jonathan Badger Tenements 41-43 Tradd.JPG 41–43 Tradd Street, Charleston 1746–1772[33] House
John Drayton House 2 Ladson.jpg 2 Ladson Street, Charleston After 1746[34] House
Capt. Francis Baker House 79 King.JPG 79 King Street, Charleston 1747–1749[35] House
Drayton Hall Drayton Hall 2007.jpg near Charleston 1747–1752 House Drayton Hall is now open to the public as a museum house.
Thorntree THORNTREE.jpg Kingstree 1749 House
Cabbage Row 83-85 Church.JPG 83–85 Church Street, Charleston 1749–1750[36] House
David Ramsay House 92 Broad.JPG 92 Broad Street, Charleston Before 1750[37] House The house is used as a law office.
Capers-Motte House 69 Church Street, Charleston 1750[38] House
Stewart-Congdon-Farrelly House 513 Prince Street, Georgetown 1750[15] House
Ward-Bull House Ward-Bull House.jpg 614 Prince Street, Georgetown 1750[15] House
Oakland Plantation Oakland Plantation, Front facade, Mount Pleasant vicinity (Charleston County, South Carolina).jpg Mount Pleasant 1750 House
Beneventum Plantation House Beneventum Plantation, Road S-22-431, Georgetown vicinity (Georgetown County, South Carolina).jpg Georgetown 1750 House
Daniel Cannon Tenement 45 Queen Street, Charleston 1750[39] House
Prince George Winyah Episcopal Church Church of Prince George Winyah, Broad & Highmarket Streets, Georgetown, Georgetown County, SC 149900pr.jpg Broad and Highmarket Streets, Georgetown 1750 Church
Grimke-Fraser House 102 Tradd.jpg 102 Tradd Street, Charleston Mid-18th century[40] House
Reardon House Kingstree 1750–1770 House
Fleming-Jenkinson House Academy Street, Kingstree 1750–1775 House
St. Michael's Episcopal Church St. Michael's Episcopal Church, 80 Meeting Street, Charleston (Charleston County, South Carolina).jpg 80 Broad Street, Charleston 1751–1761 Church
James Veree Houses 58 Church.JPG 58 Church Street, Charleston 1754[41] House James Veree built this house in 1754 and the neighboring house at 60 Church St. a decade later.
Middleton Place Middleton-place-sc1.jpg Summerville 1755 House The remaining structure was originally a guest house for a no-longer-standing plantation house. Middleton Place is open to the public for tours of its house and gardens.
Ralph Izard House 108 Broad St.JPG 110 Broad Street, Charleston Before September 1757 House
Mansion House Hotel Annex 67 Broad.JPG 67–69 Broad Street, Charleston 1758–1765[42] House
Ann Bocquet House 104 Broad.jpg 104 Broad Street, Charleston After 1758[43] House
Charles Elliott House 43 Legare.JPG 43 Legare Street, Charleston 1759[44] House
Justinus Stoll House 7 Stolls Alley.JPG 7 Stoll's Alley, Charleston 1759[45] House
Peter Leger House 90 Church St.jpg 90 Church Street, Charleston 1759–1760[46] House
Edward Rutledge House Edward Rutledge House (Charleston).jpg 117 Broad Street, Charleston 1760[47] House The house is used as a bed and breakfast.
Cleland-Wells House 58 Tradd.jpg 58 Tradd Street, Charleston 1760 House
James Simmons House 37 Meeting.JPG 37 Meeting Street, Charleston 1760 House
William Cooper House Indiantown 1760 House
Samuel Wainwright House 94 Tradd.JPG 94 Tradd Street, Charleston 1760 House
Thomas Hepworth House 214 New Street, Beaufort 1760[48] House Possibly the oldest house in Beaufort, South Carolina.
Joseph H. Rainey House RaineyHouse.jpg 909 Prince Street, Georgetown 1760 House
Bolen-Bellune House 222 Broad Street, Georgetown 1760[15] House
Harold Kaminski House 1003 Front Street, Georgetown 1760[15] House
Pawley-Parker House Pawley-Parker House.jpg 1019 Front Street, Georgetown 1760[15] House
Humley-Miller House 331 Screven Street, Georgetown 1760[15] House
Daniel Elliott Huger House 34 Meeting.JPG 34 Meeting Street, Charleston 1760 House
Pacey House 601 Highmarket Street, Georgetown 1760[15] House
Daniel Legare House 79 Anson.JPG 79 Anson Street, Charleston 1760[49] House
25 Meeting Street 25 Meeting.JPG 25 Meeting Street, Charleston 1760[50] House
Tucker-Smith-Tarbox House 15 Cannon Street, Georgetown 1760[15] House
Cooper-Bee House 94 Church St.jpg 94 Church Street, South Carolina 1760–1765[51] House
Thomas Elfe House 54 Queen.JPG 54 Queen Street, South Carolina 1760–1770[52] House
Edward Blake House 1 Legare.JPG 1 Legare Street, Charleston 1760–1770[53] House
Blake Tenements Blake Tenements 2013.jpg 2–4 Courthouse Square, Charleston 1760–1772 Rental townhouses The houses are used as offices for Charleston County.
Grimke-Fraser Tenements 55 King St.JPG 55 King Street, Charleston 1762[54] House
Dewar-Lee-Pringle House 92 Tradd.jpg 92 Tradd Street, Charleston 1762[55] House
John Rutledge House John Rutledge House (Charleston).jpg 116 Broad Street, Charleston 1763 House The house is used as a bed-and-breakfast.
Pompion Hill Chapel Pompion Hill Chapel (Berkeley County, South Carolina).jpg Huger 1763 Church
Charles Elliott House 22 Legare St.jpg 22 Legare Street, Charleston 1764 House
James Veree Houses 60 Church.JPG 60 Church Street, Charleston 1764[56] House James Veree built this house in 1764 and the neighboring house at 58 Church St. a decade earlier.
Fotheringham-McNeil Tenements 72 Tradd.jpg 72 Tradd Street, Charleston Before 1765[57] House
Humphrey Sommers House 128 Tradd.JPG 128 Tradd Street, Charleston 1765[58] House
Branford-Horry House Branford-Horry House.jpg 59 Meeting Street, Charleston Before 1767 House
Old St. Michael's Rectory 39 Meeting.JPG 39 Meeting Street, Charleston 1767 House
McCrady's Tavern and Long Room McCradys-tavern-entrance-sc1.jpg 153 East Bay Street, Charleston 1767 House A restaurant by the same name operates in the building.
St. Stephens Episcopal Church St. Stephen's Episcopal Church (Berkeley County, South Carolina).jpg St. Stephen 1767–1769 Church
Exchange and Provost Customs House - 2013.jpg 122 East Bay Street, Charleston 1767-177 Royal custom house The building is open as a museum.
William Washington House 8 South Battery.JPG 8 South Battery, Charleston 1768 House
Elizabeth Petrie House 3 Orange.JPG 3 Orange Street, Charleston 1768[59] House
St. James Episcopal Church St. James Episcopal Church, Santee (Charleston County, South Carolina).jpg Georgetown 1768 Church
Miles Brewton House Miles Brewton House.jpg 27 King Street, Charleston 1769 House
Charles Pinckney House 7 Orange.JPG 7 Orange Street, Charleston 1769[60] House
Young-Keenan House 14 Water.JPG 14 Water Street, Charleston 1769[61] House
John Rose House 43 Church.JPG 43 Church Street, Charleston 1769–1775[62] House
Rev. Robert Smith House 6 Glebe St.JPG 6 Glebe Street, Charleston 1770 House Residence of the president of the College of Charleston
Peter Bocquet, Jr. House 95 Broad.JPG 95 Broad Street, Charleston 1770 House
McGrath House 220 Queen Street, Georgetown 1770[15] House
Humley-Miller House 1024 Front Street, Georgetown 1770[15] House
Fraser House 1028 Front Street, Georgetown 1770[15] House
Simons Tenements 9-11 Orange Street.JPG 9–11 Orange Street, Charleston 1770[63] House
Greenwich Plantation 320 St. James Street, Georgetown 1773[15] House All of the original building that remains is the detached kitchen, later converted into an art studio and then house.
Young-Motte House 30 Meeting.JPG 30 Meeting Street, Charleston 1770 House
Albert Detmar House 23 Meeting.JPG 23 Meeting Street, Charleston 1770[64] House
Withers-Kaminski House Withers-Kaminski House.jpg 622 Highmarket Street, Georgetown 1770[15] House
John Edwards House 15 Meeting.JPG 15 Meeting Street, Charleston 1770 House
Young-Johnson House 35 Church.JPG 35 Church Street, Charleston 1770[65] House
William Harvey House 58 Meeting.JPG 58 Meeting Street, Charleston 1770 House
James Vanderhorst House 48 Tradd.jpg 46–48 Tradd Street, Charleston 1770[66] House
Heyward-Washington House Heyward-Washington House.JPG 87 Church Street, Charleston 1771 House The house is open to the public as a museum operated by the Charleston Museum.
John Scott House 38 Coming.JPG 38 Coming Street, Charleston 1771[67] House
Geiger House 54 Broad.JPG 54 Broad Street, Charleston 1771–1775[68] House
Colonel John Stuart House Col John Stuart House.JPG 104–106 Tradd Street, Charleston 1772 House
John Fullerton House Fullerton House - Sep 2013.jpg 15 Legare Street, Charleston 1772 House
Unitarian Church CHS-UU-outside.jpg 4 Archdale Street, Charleston 1772–1787 Church
William Gibbes House 64 South Battery - 2013.JPG 64 South Battery, Charleston 1772–1788 House
Philip Porcher House 19 Archdale.JPG 19 Archdale Street, Charleston 1773[69] House
Lewisfield Plantation Lewisfield, U.S. Route 52 vicinity, Moncks Corner vicinity (Berkeley County, South Carolina).jpg Moncks Corner 1774 House
Robert Pringle House 70 Tradd St.JPG 70 Tradd Street, Charleston 1774[70] House
Robert Hayne House 30 King St.JPG 30 King Street, Charleston Before 1775[71] House
Blocker House Blocker House.jpg Route 25, near Edgefield 1775 House
Man-Doyle House Man-Doyle House.jpg 528 Front Street, Georgetown 1775[15] House
Seibels House SeibelsHouse.JPG Columbia 1796 House Oldest house in the state capital
Congregation Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim Synagogue.jpg Charleston 1840 Synagogue Oldest Jewish synagogue in South Carolina

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