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Historic Houses of Charleston


Dalgain

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Dalgain at 1233 Staunton Road in South Hills was designed by architect H. Rus Warne and constructed in 1916 for Robert E. McCabe and Margaret Fleming Ward. Margaret was the daughter of Charles Ward, who founded Ward Engineering Works. The home was a wedding gift from her parents who built their own home nearby. Dalgain is an American foursquare with Italianate influences. The home, which remains in the McCabe family, was added to the National Register in 1984.

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