The Lorick House
Sitting in downtown Columbia, South Carolina‘s historic home district, the Lorick House now serves as an office for the firm Hall & Bowers, LLC. Built in the late 1830’s, this National Registered Property served as the Governor’s home from 1852 to 1856 until the Lorick family purchased the house and remained within the Lorick name for the following 130 years. Being one of the few surviving structures and landscapes of Sherman’s March on Columbia, this property is highly valued in the historical context of Columbia and South Carolina. The intensive 2 year restoration project was completed in April of 2011 and all interior plaster work, both flat wall and ornamental repairs, were completed by the Master of Plaster team and plasters. A beautiful structure with a rich history!