The McChord on Pendleton Street in Columbia, built in 1849 and headquarters for Union Gen. O.O. Howard - Gen William T. Sherman's second in command during the Civil War occupation of Columbia, is for sale. The owners, who have had the house since 1937, are asking $995,000 for the house, an adjoining house, a two-car garage with an apartment above it and a small parking lot.
The McChord on Pendleton Street in Columbia, built in 1849 and headquarters for Union Gen. O.O. Howard - Gen William T. Sherman's second in command during the Civil War occupation of Columbia, is for sale. The owners, who have had the house since 1937, are asking $995,000 for the house, an adjoining house, a two-car garage with an apartment above it and a small parking lot. Matt Walsh mwalsh@thestate.com
The McChord on Pendleton Street in Columbia, built in 1849 and headquarters for Union Gen. O.O. Howard - Gen William T. Sherman's second in command during the Civil War occupation of Columbia, is for sale. The owners, who have had the house since 1937, are asking $995,000 for the house, an adjoining house, a two-car garage with an apartment above it and a small parking lot. Matt Walsh mwalsh@thestate.com

Historic McCord home, headquarters for Union general, up for sale

December 10, 2015 08:50 PM

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