Wentworth Mansion

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• Discover the historical elegance of Wentworth Mansion. Built in 1886 as a private residence for wealthy cotton merchant Francis Silas Rodgers, Wentworth Mansion is a testament to America's Gilded Age in historic downtown Charleston.

• Discover the Wentworth Mansion's Second Empire-style architecture. Named for the reign of Emperor Napoleon III of France, it features a historic mansard roof and dormers, cornices, medallions, and carved marble fireplaces. A bas-relief cornice above the hotel's dining room window depicts a cotton plant, which is emblematic of the original proprietor’s business ventures.

• Discover the the Tiffany stained glass windows, intricate woodwork, and custom-crafted crystal chandeliers.
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