Charleston, SC 29401
4 beds | 3.5 baths | 4295 sqft
New HVAC on 2nd & 3rd floors 8/19. This post-Civil War house was built circa 1875 as side-hall double parlor plan with Georgian details added in the early 1900s. The original house was destroyed by the massive fire of 1861. This Victorian era house features elements characteristic of the time period including the decorative plaster cornice, swag, crown molding and ceiling medallions. The details of the plaster treatment emphasize the grandiosity of the main public rooms-the double parlors, library and foyer-on the first floor. There are ornamental half-columns & decorative lattice marking the division between the two first-floor parlors. Buyers may investigate a horizontal regime since two separate meters exist for the first and second floors .. Built 1875, Queen Anne Style . Or
Listing Office: AgentOwned Preferred Group
Last Updated: August - 20 - 2019
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