Drayton Hall

Drayton Hall

The rooms in the stately brick house are empty now, but if you’re around Charleston long enough, you’ll eventually meet someone who remembers going to the Ashley River property in the 1970s or earlier, when it was still owned by the seventh generation of the Drayton family. Built in 1738, it’s regularly studied by architects and craftsmen. 

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