Antique heart pine beams reclaimed from an old sugar factor in Honduras were cut, custom stained and used for the floors throughout much of the home.
Click here to read about a beautiful Greek Revival-style farmhouse in the heart of my hometown, Mount Pleasant, SC.
Built circa 1867 by Tobias Scott, a former slave who bought his freedom through his earnings as a fan maker, the original house pulsed with the activity of his wife, Christiana (also a former slave), and their seven children.
Click here to read about the Tobias Scott House, a house built circa 1867 by a former slave.
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