A rare and fine beauty...this 1846, Empire period, masonry, single house stands in command over White Point Gardens. This treasure is in good original condition,"dans son jus", including the exquisite architecture such as brownstone entry stairs, towering ceilings with original moldings, period floors, fireplaces with over-mantel mirrors, doorways, and magnificent piazzas. The main house also has an elevator that was installed in the early twentieth century and is still functioning. This dwelling defines Charleston history and the era of wealth and prosperity. The George Robertson House, built in 1846 includes the original footprint of the main level drawing and withdrawing rooms, kitchen, and beautiful entry. The staircase with upstairs library and beautifully proportioned rooms open onto the grand piazza with outstanding views of the Charleston Harbor and White Point Gardens. There are 5 floors in total including a 1 bedroom, 985 ft sq ground floor apartment and a spacious attic. A charming carriage house completes the estate with 999 sq ft, 1 bedroom and 1 1/2 baths. Total square footage of the entire property 11,820 sq ft (excluding attic).
* Based on a 30-year fixed rate of 4.75% with 20% down. The estimated payment is offered for convenience and is not an offer of credit. Due to market fluctuations, interest rates are subject to change at any time and without notice. Interest rates are also subject to credit and property approval based on secondary market guidelines. The rates shown are based on average rates for our best qualified customers. Your individual rate may vary. Rates may differ for FHA, VA or jumbo loans.
The Single Family Detached located at 1 Meeting St, Charleston, SC 29401 is currently for sale.
1 Meeting St, Charleston is listed for $5,495,000.
This property has 8 bedrooms, 6 full bathrooms, 2 half bathrooms, and approximately 11,820 square feet.
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