Welcome To Northbridge Terrace
Charleston, South Carolina
This page was last updated: May 15, 2013
NBT Neighborhood Association
Sue Buchanan, President, 766-2562
Kay Long, Vice President, 556-1805
June Baxley, Secretary
Alta Kaiser, Treasurer
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Thomas Addison Richards (1820-1900)
Accabee, Ashley River, South Carolina, 1852
Northbridge Terrace is located on the west bank of the Ashley River in beautiful Charleston, South Carolina.
Northbridge Terrace was established in 1955, but the history of the area dates back centuries. The Kiawah Indians lived in the area for hundreds of years before the arrival of the first European settlers. In 1670, the English arrived to the Carolina colony and settled at Albemarle Point and established Charles Towne. Ten years later they moved to Oyster Point, the modern day location of Charleston. The area of present day Northbridge Terrace was the eighteenth century family estate of Barnard Elliott and named Accabee Plantation. It was well known for its distinguished line of owners during the revolutionary period and as a place of refuge from the British. By the mid nineteenth century, the plantation had passed out of the family hands and was described as lying in ruins. The avenue of oaks can still be seen along Boardman Road.