- Location Clarendon County
Among the few historic houses remaining in Clarendon County is the Richardson mansion near Summerton. It stands far back from the highway, in a grove of oaks, cedars, and magnolias, and it is reached by a road that runs through the far-flung fields that surround it.
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The house originally stood near the Santee River. This locality, while beautiful, was so unhealthy that about 50 years ago, the mansion was moved to its present site. The only architectural change to result from the move was the omission of the basement.
- Alphabetical list John Peter Richardson, Jr. (Governor of South Carolina, 1886-1890)
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- House 9 rooms (four bedrooms on second floor)