More than 30 governors and their families lived in this magnificent South Carolina mansion.
However, this mansion is more than just a residence. The common rooms contain silverware, pottery, furniture, paintings, documents and other treasures permanently preserved in there. All of these illustrate South Carolina’s long history and traditions.
This mansion is used for entertaining high-ranking officials. This magnificent home is the perfect place to warmly welcome visiting envoys to South Carolina.
The apartment is located in the heart of historic Columbia and occupies 9 acres. There are also two mansions on the premises, Lace House and Caldwell-Bolston House. The grounds include intricate boxwoods, a large number of camellias, flowing fountains, and state championship trees. “