1 WATER STREET
Welcome to this circa 1857 Italianate style home located in the South of Broad neighborhood. Two years ago, this home became the first historic brick property in Charleston to be elevated eight feet off the ground. This home features expansive double-gallery rooms, a gourmet kitchen, a family room with a back porch, western piazzas and a lovely garden designed by Glen Gardner. Venture beneath the home and you will find the foundation was engineered to the highest level. Complete with historic charm and perfect for entertaining guests, this property is waiting for its next owners to call it home. Learn more about 1 Water Street.
31 E BATTERY STREET
Directly across the Charleston Harbor, you can enjoy breathtaking views and sea breezes from this grand home. This historic 1837 home comes with renovation plans that have been fully approved by the city’s Board of Architectural Review. Designed by renowned architect Eddie Fava, the restoration includes a rooftop deck, detached garage, and many other coveted luxuries, while of course maintaining the home’s interior wood paneling, custom Tiffany-designed features, and other historic details that have withstood the test of time and still reflect the original historic character. Learn more about 31 E Battery Street.
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