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National Register HESLEP HOUSE Cabinet Custom Bar HISTORIC Columbia SC Must L@@K

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Seller: ms-collect1 (7,287) 100%, Location: South Carolina, Ships to: Free Local Pickup, Item: 361297789798 This offering is for an original artifact of a Columbia South Carolina home that is listed on the National Register. The cabinet seen in the photo is original to the kitchen in the HESLEP - BERNADIN HOUSE. The cabinet is almost 7 1/2 feet long, 2 feet 10 inches tall and almost 2 feet deep. The drawers are 3 feet 5 1/2 inches wide! The cabinet is solid and HEAVY and features old ORIGINAL paint peeling off and a vinyl counter top cover as you can see. When the cabinet was removed from the home it was used by the Bernadin family as a garage work bench. There are holes on the top where a work vice had been mounted. When we obtained this from the Bernadin Family we had plans to use this as a pool house bar / server but may do otherwise. Also included will be an unframed print of the historic home to display above this wonderful cabinet. We found the following history on the home on the internet: The house at 303 Saluda Avenue is a significant example of the Spanish Colonial Revival style of architecture, a style that flourished in the southern United States from 1915 to 1935. The house was built ca. 1917 as a two-story brick residence. John C. Heslep, the contractor who built the old Richland County Courthouse and the Columbia Township Auditorium, drastically remodeled and rebuilt the house for himself in 1927-1928. Heslep gutted the building and, with the assistance of Columbia stoneworker George Marquardt, rebuilt it in the Spanish Colonial style. The house has the low-pitched tile roof, the coarse stucco walls, the cast iron balconies, the wooden lookout rafters in the eaves, the asymmetrical composition, and the elaborate entrances associated with the Spanish Colonial Revival. The stonework by Marquardt, especially the entrance, the two carved mantelpieces, and the dining room arcade, is of exceptional quality. A one-story guesthouse is the only outbuilding. Listed in the National Register May 24, 1982. - SCDAH Please ask any questions before making purchase. A great obscure addition to any collection! Thanks for looking! Please check out our other offerings as well. When you are in Columbia, South Carolina please be sure to visit our store located at 1015 Whaley Street. We are open Tuesday through Saturday, 11 to 5. Be sure to like us on facebook at SAFRAN'S ANTIQUES AND THE GAMECOCK SHOP . Tell us you found us on the internet!!!! Material: Wood

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