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Historic Houses of Charleston

Maple Terrace


These brick townhouses were developed in 1912-1913 in response to a shortage of housing on the East End. A group of prominent Charleston residents joined together to develop the townhouses, agreeing to keep the center courtyard clear of buildings. Maple Terrace and the nearby Walton Apartments were purchased and rehabilitated by the commercial developer McCabe-Henley in the 1990s and were added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2002.

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