Notable Numbers

Those who come a visit on tours of historic Charleston invariably remark about the oddball numbers on some of the street addresses in the old city. Residential numbers came after the Revolution, and since then, some other buildings have sneaked in among them, so to speak. Either these where old kitchen and carriage houses that were later made into residences or larger house whose parts were divided, leaving us with many 1/2 addresses and a few zeros.

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