Lexington, Part 3 - Historic Home Preservation | Palmetto Places - Episode 3


Joanna Angle discusses the history and architectural styles of the Corley House, a Victorian era house constructed in 1895, by Charles Edward Corley, for his family.  Today, the house serves as the Cinnamon Hill restaurant, an integral part of Lexington life.

In addition to the Corley House, the Lexington County Museum has taken proactive measures to preserve some of Lexington’s other historic homes. The director of the Lexington County Museum, Horace Harmon, discusses the history of the homes in this village, and the museum’s efforts to preserve and restore these historic homes. Several of these homes feature artifacts from their respective time periods. 

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