Historic House Listings

So bright and airy looking! Circa 1893 in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. $2,390,000

January 20, 2020

This house seems so bright and airy. The pool looks nice! This home was built in 1893. It is located in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Not far from the waterfront. The home is situated in the Old Village and not far from downtown Charleston. Really like the porches! There are oak floors, bead board walls and vaulted ceilings. Five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 3,854 square feet. $2,390,000

From the Zillow listing:


This historic yet newly renovated Old Village home has an ideal location–steps from the water, Pitt Street Pharmacy and shops, and close to both downtown Charleston and the beaches. Enjoy the harbor breezes from the large porch overlooking the private pool, garden and renovated pool house. Inside, the floor plan is light-filled and open with soaring vaulted ceilings, shiplap walls and white oak floors in the open living spaces which include the living room, dining area and kitchen. The large living room is anchored by a fireplace and transitions into the eat-in kitchen which features a large center island with 4” thick walnut butcher block counters, custom copper light fixtures, high-end stainless appliances, limestone counters, skylights and a defined dining space. Multiple sets of French doors open to the front porch, connecting indoor and outdoor living spaces. The peaceful master bedroom suite is located on the second floor and features a sunlit bedroom and an elegantly appointed en suite bath with a dual sink vanity, Travertine floors, tiled shower and french doors opening to a private porch. There are four additional bedrooms (including a secondary master suite) on the lower floor. The home is set back from the street so there is a large grassy front yard where you will find expert landscaping and lighting. A private pool, blue stone deck and pool house are found on the side of the property, made private by mature landscaping and trees. The owners have recently renovated the pool house, which features a large living space with a fireplace and built-in bookshelves and an updated kitchen with farmhouse sink and butcher block counters. Since the home is elevated, there is also a covered space on the first floor which is being used as a game area. Off-street parking, a treehouse and 2 new HVAC units are other features to note.


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