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Exquisite South of Broad Beauty
Exquisite South of Broad Beauty
Charleston, SC - Under Contract
Circa 1885 - The Charles H. Drayton House, built between 1883-1886. Cited by architectural historians as one of the finest examples of Eastlake Victorian architecture in South Carolina. In addition to the grand main house, the property has a fine collection of antebellum dependencies behind. A significant Greek Revival home once stood on the property, burned during the war between the states. The original tack house and stables still remain, now used as one of the two guest houses. Located on the southwest corner of East Battery and Atlantic Streets, allowing each room a commanding view of the harbor.Within this prime East Battery waterfront row, you will find the best examples of early Georgian, Adam style, Regency, Greek Revival, and Victorian architectures in the country.

Presented Exclusively by Charles Sullivan, Carriage Properties
Exquisite South of Broad Beauty
Exquisite South of Broad Beauty
Charleston, SC - Under Contract
Circa 1885 - The Charles H. Drayton House, built between 1883-1886. Cited by architectural historians as one of the finest examples of Eastlake Victorian architecture in South Carolina. In addition to the grand main house, the property has a fine collection of antebellum dependencies behind. A significant Greek Revival home once stood on the property, burned during the war between the states. The original tack house and stables still remain, now used as one of the two guest houses. Located on the southwest corner of East Battery and Atlantic Streets, allowing each room a commanding view of the harbor.Within this prime East Battery waterfront row, you will find the best examples of early Georgian, Adam style, Regency, Greek Revival, and Victorian architectures in the country.

Presented Exclusively by Charles Sullivan, Carriage Properties
Exquisite South of Broad Beauty
Exquisite South of Broad Beauty
Charleston, SC - Under Contract
Circa 1885 - The Charles H. Drayton House, built between 1883-1886. Cited by architectural historians as one of the finest examples of Eastlake Victorian architecture in South Carolina. In addition to the grand main house, the property has a fine collection of antebellum dependencies behind. A significant Greek Revival home once stood on the property, burned during the war between the states. The original tack house and stables still remain, now used as one of the two guest houses. Located on the southwest corner of East Battery and Atlantic Streets, allowing each room a commanding view of the harbor.Within this prime East Battery waterfront row, you will find the best examples of early Georgian, Adam style, Regency, Greek Revival, and Victorian architectures in the country.

Presented Exclusively by Charles Sullivan, Carriage Properties
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Charleston Luxury Homes for Sale | South of Broad Luxury Real Estate
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Charleston Luxury Homes for Sale | South of Broad Luxury Real Estate
Charleston Luxury Homes for Sale | Charleston Luxury Real Estate

Charleston Luxury Homes for Sale | South of Broad Luxury Real Estate
Charleston Luxury Homes for Sale | Charleston Luxury Real Estate

 

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