Lookaway Hall – North Augusta, South Carolina
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Legend has it that Walter Jackson, brother of the town’s founder James Jackson, won the right to build on the best spot in the new town by cutting a deck of cards with his brother. James built his house Rosemary Hall across the street from Lookaway Hall.
Many locals call the town’s centerpiece “The Mealing House,” because Dr. and Mrs. Henry Mealing lived there from 1936 through the late 1980s.
Today, the historic landmark is listed on the National Register and serves as the Lookaway Inn Bed & Breakfast.
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