Built in 1820, the Adam Strain Building served as a cotton warehouse. Sitting in downtown Darien, it was the center of commercial business for Darien prior to the Civil War. After the War, it was served as a bank. It was put on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.
These photos were taken before the building was saved from demolition. It is now being restored.
If you ever visit, it gets the best morning and afternoon light because of it’s location.