|South Carolina Department of Archives and History|
|National Register Properties in South Carolina
West Broad Street Historic District, Darlington County (Darlington)
|382 W. Broad St.|| J. O. Muldrow House
375 W. Broad St.
| J. P. Brunson House
384 W. Broad St.
| Henry Hennig House
379 W. Broad St.
| Russell Acree House
386 W. Broad St.
|383 W. Broad St.|| J. R. Daniel House
390 W. Broad St.
| J. K. Kirven House
389 W. Broad St.
| M. S. Hart House
393 W. Broad St.
| G. O. Mertz House
395 W. Broad St.
|396 W. Broad St.||398 W. Broad St.|| H. J. LaMotte House
397 W. Broad St.
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The West Broad Street Historic District is a significant collection of intact residences which were constructed between ca. 1890 and ca. 1928. Most of the residences are grand in scale and reflect the prosperity of the individuals who built them. Several of the houses were owned by some of Darlington’s most prominent citizens. The district, which includes a basically intact section of a residential neighborhood, contains 34 houses and four noncontributing properties within its boundaries. Most of the residences are large, two-story frame Victorian or Queen Anne structures with decorative woodwork. The dwellings are set on deep lots that are planted with large trees and shrubs. A number of these large residences are similar in appearance and were built by master carpenter Lawrence Reese. Also included in the district are thirteen modest, one-story frame houses with a few decorative features, as well as two imposing brick bungalows. Listed in the National Register February 10, 1988.
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