Here’s a peek inside!
One of many highlights is a stunning three-story bay window extending from the ground to the roof. The rest of the home features ample windows to let the natural light in and allow residents sweeping views of Charleston Bay.
The exterior also features a parapet at the roofline and piazzas on the second and third stories.
Located on a prime corner lot, the gorgeous property boasts a spacious yard with a garden and patio.
Additionally, there’s a playhouse behind the property that a previous owner built for his daughters in 1906.
Inside, the house only gets more impressive. The home has original cypress paneling and gorgeous wood details throughout, including hardwood floors and a wooden banister for the stairs. There are historic medallions to top off high ceilings.
Finally, Louis Comfort Tiffany himself designed the intricate mantelpieces during renovations commissioned by the owners in the early 1900s.
On the first floor, there’s a dining room, formal living room, family room, kitchen and master bedroom. Previous owners enclosed the first-floor piazza. As a result, the solarium is a perfect spot for sipping sweet tea.
The rest of the generously sized bedrooms are upstairs on the second and third floors. That’s not all — there are additional living areas and two full kitchens, too.
Full of history and charm, this Southern belle won’t last long, and it may be another century or more before it turns up again.