Sannoner Historic District historical marker

Sannoner Historic District

Sannoner Historic District historical marker
Marker located on North Court Street

Named for Ferdinand Sannoner, who surveyed the town of Florence for the Cypress Land Company in 1818, the district contains twenty-five structures of historic and architectural significance on North Court and North Pine Streets. Wealthy planters, lawyers, and merchants occupied the six fine antebellum homes: Courtview (1855), Governor Edward Asbury O’Neal House (1840’s), Irvine Place (1843), Conner Place (1854), Wakefield (1820’s), and Hickory Place (James Irvine House, 1832). Other structures date from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Northbound view on Court Street
The northbound view on Court Street circa 2010

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