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Historic Houses of Charleston

Frank Woodman House


The house at 1210 Kanawha Boulevard was built for Frank Woodman in about 1891. Woodman moved to Charleston in 1875 and became a wealthy businessman with interests in an iron works, a lumber company, a woolen mill, a furniture company, and a brick company. The house, which is representative of the Queen Anne style, is occupied by a law firm. It is part of the East End Historic District, which was added to the National Register in 1978.

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