I found a Charleston SC historic home that has stood the test of time since roughly 1796 through 1800.
She looks good enough to eat. Apparently others feel this way because she was renovated by a preservation architect. The rooms are all formal and Charleston-looking and of course the house is now modernized.
It even has an elevator to carry you about from floor to floor; this is important when lugging a vacuum.
Your butler will enjoy hanging out in the butler’s pantry bridge area awaiting your commands.
Because we are all kings and queens of our castles, the elevator stops by your large and luxurious master suite upon the second floor.
Have tea in the library while reading important stuff in books.
Daily dips in the private pool are a perfect way to end your day while living in this Charleston SC historic home.
Then just before falling asleep, paddle your feet down to the kitchen and open your Subzero refrigerator drawer to find leftovers cooked on the Viking range of course!
Knock, knock, let’s look at this Charleston SC historic home.
May I introduce you to the historically significant Douxsaint-Mccauley House. I call it a lovely french quarter lady to love. The listing suggests otherwise and calls it a “handsome, beaded weatherboard property.” I am clearly mixed up on house genders.
I showed you just some of this Charleston SC historic home. See more of this $3,275,000 4 bedroom, 4 bath, lovely french quarter lady to love on Zillow.
Have a sweet southern day,
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