Historic Preservation Progress

Stephen Bull built this home somewhere around 1675. According to some, this is where the peace treaty ending the Cherokee War of 1763 was signed.

After the main house was built in the early 1700s, the single-story, brick dwelling served many years as one of the outbuildings on the plantation and still stands today as one of the oldest surviving structures in South Carolina. Its 20th-century additions have been removed, and the original historic structure is being preserved in place by the developer of The Settlement at Ashley Hall, along with other historical features like the Bull monument and the remaining, semi-circular entry steps to the main home. The Stephen Bull home is featured in our Historic Park.

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