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The Shops of Historic Charleston Foundation at 108 Meeting Street.
The charming Ansonborough neighborhood, with its concentration of nineteenth century brick dwellings, is named after Admiral Lord Anson, a British naval officer who allegedly won this land in a card game. Many of the neighborhood’s antebellum houses were built in the years between the Great Fire of 1838 and the outbreak of the Civil War and boast Regency and Greek Revival details.
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(Image credit: CVB website)