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Wilson House, York County (107 Clebourne St., Ft. Mill)
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(Hull House) The Wilson House, ca. 1869, is significant as an example of Victorian residential architecture. It represents the early growth of Fort Mill, as it was originally located on Main Street and was moved to accommodate commercial expansion. For a period of time following the construction of the railroad through Fort Mill in 1852, the village grew as a trading center and point of sale for cotton grown in the surrounding countryside. As merchants became successful, larger houses began to appear, clustered around Main Street. In 1869, Stewart Wilson built the Wilson House on Main Street. In the 1920s the house was moved to its present location on Clebourne Street, just around the corner from the original location. Several houses on Main Street faced demolition or moving to make way for the expansion of commercial properties. The Wilson House is the only known house that still exists that underwent this process. The house is a two-story I-House with several one-story rear additions. The one-story hip-roofed front porch features four chamfered posts and two engaged posts of the same type, decorative sawn brackets with turned pendants, and a turned balustrade. Listed in the National Register June 11, 1992.

View the complete text of the nomination form for this National Register property. In addition, the Historic Resources of Fort Mill, ca. 1779-ca. 1940 includes historical background information for this and other related National Register properties.

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