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Historic Houses of Charleston

Alvin D. McCorkle House


This house at 710 Bridge Road is a late Victorian frame house that commands one of the best views of Charleston. It was built in 1895 for Alvin D. McCorkle, a Charleston city judge, and is part of the Grosscup Historic District. Grosscup was once called Grandview because the homes had such a fine view of the Kanawha River and downtown Charleston.

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