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Circa 1740, originally constructed by ship builder George Ducat using brick and Bermuda stone. High elevation in the heart of 18th-century Charleston, including access to 2 off-street parking spaces at the rear garden via historic Ropemakers Lane.
Recently restored by the current owner, including all new systems, electrical, slate roof, and copper gutters. The elegant kitchen boasts rare stone counters, Wolf 6-burner, Sub-Zero, dual dishwashers, Sub-Zero wine tower, plus a separate pantry and breakfast area. The main level also offers charming formal rooms, and a rear library overlooking the courtyard garden.
Supplements: The second level is extremely flexible, with front and rear stairs, 3 guest bedrooms, 2 baths, and a beautiful primary suite with a luxurious bath, double private vanities, and clever closet space.
Also, a separate workout/office room overlooking the garden, and second-floor piazza. Historic details throughout, walled garden and side-by-side parking at the rear. No easements have been taken. Truly the perfect package, in the perfect South of Broad location.
Listing Office: Carriage Properties LLC
Last Updated: July - 14 - 2023
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