This home in the Robert Mills neighborhood district in Columbia was built around the first quarter of the nineteenth century, according to John M. Sherrer, III, Director of Cultural Resources for Historic Columbia. Known as the Baylor House, in recent years it has served as a restaurant, Cerino’s Bistro, and presently, a law office. The building was restored in the 1980s and received Historic Columbia’s elite preservation award, the Adapted Reuse Award, for the 1984-1985 award period.
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Many thanks to contributor Michael Mascari, who supplied the above photo and information.