South Carolina Department of Archives and History
National Register Properties in South Carolina

Cashua Street-Spring Street Historic District, Darlington County (Darlington)
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Charles B. Edward House
126 Spring St.
M. Manne House 130 Spring St. Askin-Newman House
127 Spring St.
Payne Walton House
140 Spring St.
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Flowers House
143 Spring St.
J. Warren
Coggeshall House
144 Spring St.
John P. Gardner
150 Spring St.
A. T. Baird House
145 North St.
Sherman Ramsey House
123 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.

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