Joseph Manigault House – Charleston, South Carolina
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The elegant Joseph Manigault House can be found at 350 Meeting Street in downtown Charleston. Built in 1790, it was designed by architect Gabriel Manigault for his brother, Joseph.
Gabriel Manigault also designed Charleston’s City Hall and the South Carolina Society Hall. Joseph Manigault was a plantation owner, state legislator, and College of Charleston trustee. The house’s extravagance and architectural style reflect the wealth of Charleston rice barons at the turn of the 19th century. It is listed in the National Historic Register.
SCIWAY thanks Carroll D. Brown for this picture.
Joseph Manigault House Info
Address: 350 Meeting Street, Charleston, SC 29403
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