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Cashua Street-Spring Street Historic District, Darlington County (Darlington)
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C. K. Rogers House
275 Cashua St.
John Woods House
279 Cashua St.
Samuel Alexander
Woods House
376 Cashua St.
Willis McCurdy House
283 Cashua St.
William Dargan House
305 Cashua St.
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Dr. Robert Edwards House
404 Cashua St.
Louis Norment House
410 Cashua St.
John Woods House
315 Cashua St.
414 Cashua St. Twitty House
317 Cashua St.
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Watson-Buchanan House
418 Cashua St.
Bethea House
423 Cashua St.
Woods-Everett House
522 Cashua St.
Randolph Normant
427 Cashua St.
McCall-Campbell House
524 Cashua St.
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C. W. Skinner House
431 Cashua St.
532 Cashua St. Sisk House
640 Cashua St.
J. A. McLeod House
642 Cashua St.
Frierson-Alexander House
547 Cashua St.
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Coggeshall House
551 Cashua/Spring St.
Howell House
646 Cashua St.
Lawson House
114 Spring St.
Howe-Sligh House
113 Spring St.
Patton-Galloway House
116 Spring St.

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The Cashua Street-Spring Street Historic District is a significant collection of intact residences constructed between ca. 1890 and ca. 1930. Many of the homes were owned by prominent Darlington citizens. The district contains thirty-nine contributing residential properties and twelve non-contributing properties. The residences along Cashua Street are large, two-story frame dwellings while the residences along Spring Street are smaller, one-story frame houses. Most of the residences have decorative woodwork and are significant examples of the builder’s art. Architectural styles include Victorian, Queen Anne, Colonial Revival, and Bungalow. The buildings are situated on large lots that are planted with trees and shrubs. Listed in the National Register February 10, 1988.

View a map showing the boundaries of the Cashua Street-Spring Street Historic District.

View the complete text of the nomination form for this National Register property. In addition, the Historic Resources of the City of Darlington, ca. 1830-ca. 1935 includes historical background information for this and other related National Register properties.

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