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Historic Houses of Charleston

McAndrews-Gallaher House


The house at 601 Briarwood in South Hills was built about 1914 in the style of a farmhouse of the late Victorian period. The first resident may have been Frank J. McAndrews, who was the state commissioner of Workmen’s Compensation. The house was added to the National Register in 1984.

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