Named in honor of Charlestonian Thomas Heyward , a founding father and signer of the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Heyward, a lawyer by training and judge by profession, took command of one of the area's elite militia forces during the Revolutionary War. He was taken prisoner by the British during the siege of Charleston and exiled to St. Augustine, Florida. After the war he returned to his position as a judge and lived in the classic brick 'double house' built by his father on Meeting Street. Thomas Heyward was one of the most respected and esteemed men of his time, a 'great patriot and defender of liberty' as he was referred to by friends.
- Total Heated Square Feet: 4396
- Main Floor Sq. Ft.: 2298
- Upper Floor Sq. Ft.: 2098
- Bedrooms: 4 Bedrooms
- Garage: 2-car
- Floors: 2 floors
- Bathrooms: 4+ Bathrooms
- Width (under roof): 50-59 ft.
- Depth (under roof): 70-79 ft.