This property is located on high ground and the street has a long history of no tidal flooding. Listed as ''Valuable to City'' in This Is Charleston, this stunning, 1770s grand pre-revolutionary Georgian home has been meticulously restored by Glenn Keyes and Richard Marks. Located on a spacious double lot with southern exposure on one of South of Broad's most coveted streets. As you enter the home you are greeted by a beautiful foyer, detailed stair hall, and both formal living and dining rooms. The floor-plan is perfect for day to day living and for entertaining. Both formal rooms feature exquisite original woodwork, antique mantles and marble fireplace surrounds. The dining room features Zuber wallpaper and fine millwork.
Built in: 1770
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Architectural Style: Charleston Single
Lot Acres: 0.2