2001 Park Street
Built sometime between 1770 and 1790, 2001 Park Street is likely the oldest extant structure in Columbia. Although several renovations, including the addition of brick veneer and an asphalt roof in 1952, have dramaticA modest cornice with shallow dentil molding adorns the simple side gable roof. Double-hung sash windows have six over six panes. The door, flanked by fluted pilasters, features an ornamental surround of small dentil molding and is crowned with a broken pediment. Despite renovations, the strict symmetry of the building is clearly evident.ally altered its appearance, it still retains a few hallmark architectural traits of the Federal style that was popular between 1780 and 1820. Inside, notable architectural details include wide pine wainscoting and floorboards. The building survived the turbulent demolition projects that cleared away most of the residential buildings once surrounding the adjacent blocks and was adapted into use as a law office in the 1980s.