Grounds Of The Robert Mills House
1616 Blanding St, Columbia, SC

Grounds Of The Robert Mills House

1616 Blanding St

Columbia, SC 29201
Grounds Of The Robert Mills House, Columbia — If you’re looking for a truly unique site for your next special event, walk onto the grounds of the Robert Mills House and Park. Here your guests can stroll past a mansion designed by Robert Mills, a historically prominent architect who designed the Washington Monument and other federal structures. 

The first home championed for preservation by the Historic Columbia Foundation, the Robert Mills House is one of the few private residences designed by Mills still in existence. With its lush landscaping and ornate gardens set against one of the nation’s finest architectural landmarks, the Robert Mills House and Park provides a picturesque setting for your next special event.
1616 Blanding St

Columbia, SC 29201
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Grounds Of The Robert Mills House, Columbia — If you’re looking for a truly unique site for your next special event, walk onto the grounds of the Robert Mills House and Park. Here your guests can stroll past a mansion designed by Robert Mills, a historically prominent architect who designed the Washington Monument and other federal structures. Ainsley Hall, a wealthy Columbia merchant, engaged Mills to plan this Columbia townhouse in 1823. It was quite a coup for Hall, as Mills designed few private residences. The house reflects the architect's preference for the Classical Revival style, with a large portico dominating the north facade. Like many of his public buildings, the Mills House is a brick structure with a symmetrical exterior and interior.

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Grounds Of The Robert Mills House, Columbia — If you’re looking for a truly unique site for your next special event, walk onto the grounds of the Robert Mills House and Park. Here your guests can stroll past a mansion designed by Robert Mills, a historically prominent architect who designed the Washington Monument and other federal structures.

Ainsley Hall, a wealthy Columbia merchant, engaged Mills to plan this Columbia townhouse in 1823. It was quite a coup for Hall, as Mills designed few private residences. The house reflects the architect's preference for the Classical Revival style, with a large portico dominating the north facade. Like many of his public buildings, the Mills House is a brick structure with a symmetrical exterior and interior.
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If you’re looking for a truly unique site for your next special event, walk onto the grounds of the Robert Mills House and Park. With its lush landscaping and ornate gardens set against one of the nation’s finest architectural landmarks, the Robert Mills House and Park provides a picturesque setting for your next special event.

Photos published with permission of Grounds Of The Robert Mills House

With its lush landscaping and ornate gardens set against one of the nation’s finest architectural landmarks, the Robert Mills House and Park provides a picturesque setting for your next special event.
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  • Special Features: The first home championed for preservation by the Historic Columbia Foundation, the Robert Mills House is one of the few private residences designed by Mills still in existence.
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