Historic Charleston Foundation Edmunds Endangered Property Fund Program in Charleston, SC

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Edmunds Endangered Property Fund

We were the first organization in the country to develop a revolving fund as a preservation strategy. Through this Property Fund, we seek to purchase, stabilize and re-sell historic properties with protective covenants.

Our first revolving fund work was directed toward the Ansonborough neighborhood on the peninsula. Over several decades, the program helped rehabilitate more than 80 structures throughout the neighborhood.

We continue to purchase and protect important historic buildings across the Charleston historic district and beyond to ensure their preservation in perpetuity. Lauded nationwide, our program also serves as a model for other preservation organizations throughout the country.

A Tale of Two Properties: Winslow’s Word July 2024

I trust that everyone has had a festive 4th of July holiday! This month I want to highlight two very different historic properties in downtown Charleston that are illustrative of…

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The Century Service Station at 80 Ashley Avenue

On the corner of Ashley Avenue and Wentworth Street, a small, brick structure with nearly a century of history has been vacant for nearly 35 years. Abandoned since 1988, Historic…

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80 Ashley: Preservation in Action

Historic Charleston Foundation (HCF) is excited to announce the purchase of 80 Ashley Avenue, the former Century Service Station, through its Frances R. Edmunds Endangered Properties Fund. This fund was…

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