May 5, 2011 - Nathaniel Russell House is a historic house located in downtown Charleston near High Battery. It belonged to Nathaniel Russell, a Rhode Island merchant, who spent $80,000 on this Adamesque building before 1809. He and his wife Sarah lived in the house in the early 19th century. The house features several geometric patterns - a front rectangular room, a center oval room, a square room in the rear, and an elliptical staircase. It is now owned and operated by the Historic Charleston Foundation as offices and a museum and is open for tours.
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