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Charleston Architect - Restaurants
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Charleston Architect - Restaurants
Charleston Architect - Restaurants

View from Northeast 

 


 
Charleston Architect - Restaurants

Interior looking West

Charleston Architect - Restaurants
Charleston Architect - Restaurants

View from Northeast 

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Interior looking West

Interior looking East

"BUMPA'S RESTAURANT" 

5 CUMBERLAND, STREET, CHARLESTON SC

BUILDING RENOVATION AND NEW RESTAUARANT

Owners:  Kinsale, LLC

Contractor: Crest Construction

Project Completion Date: 2019

Project Overview

The project consisted of the renovation of Circa 1840'S historic warehouse building and the design and construction of a restaurant.  The warehouse building sits on what was once the doorstep of the thriving Charleston shipping industry.  The roughly three thousand five hundred square foot single story brick structure was unique in its use of large timber-frame roof trusses that allowed an expansive clear span building width.  The building likely was principally used to warehouse cotton before being loaded on ships bound for England. 

required complete renovation of the interior and exterior.  Recent non-historic construction was completely removed allowing for the exposure of the original wood trusses and the underside of the original wood roof boards.  Work included new custom bar, kitchen, bathrooms and interior furnishings.

 

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THE PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF CHARLESTON

2018 CAROLOPOLIS AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN RESTORATION - EXTERIOR

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THE PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF CHARLESTON

2018 CAROLOPOLIS AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN RESTORATION -  INTERIOR