1512 Laurel Street
Charlestonian Philip Howard Lachicotte relocated to Columbia in 1883 and established a successful jewelry store on Richardson (Main) Street. His success allowed for the construction of this Queen Anne style home in 1897. Unique to the asymmetrical building is the Chippendale style gingerbread balustrade that highlights its porch. The property remained in his family until 1978, when it was adaptively reused for offices.