The John Blake House, Circa 1800, is an L-shaped, two and a half story black cypress and heart pine frame structure that sits on a high masonry foundation on a double lot. This sturdy post revolutionary, Category 3 home is classified as ''Valuable'' in the book ''This is Charleston,'' and, according to John Poston in ''The Buildings of Charleston,'' survived the natural disasters of the 19th century that many surrounding buildings of the same period did not. Behind the wrought iron gates lies an old parterre, restored in the 1980s and separated from a manicured lawn by an archway. The first floor piazza overlooks the old parterre and is accessed from the main entry.
|DAYS ON MARKET||288||LAST UPDATED||7/24/2020|
|TRACT||South of Broad||YEAR BUILT||1800|
|COMMUNITY||51 - Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown||COUNTY||Charleston|
|STATUS||Active||PROPERTY TYPE(S)||Single Family|
|Jr. High School||Simmons Pinckney|
|Prior to Jul 24, '20||$4,950,000|
|Jul 24, '20 - Today||$4,750,000|
|AREA||51 - Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown|
|EXTERIOR||Fence - Brick, Fence - Iron, Fence - Metal Enclosed, Fence - Private, Lawn Irrigation, Patio, Porch - Front Porch|
|GARAGE||2 Car Garage, Off-Street Parking, Yes|
|HEAT||Forced Air, Heat Pump|
|INTERIOR||Ceiling - Beamed, Ceiling - Smooth, Ceilings - 9'+, Walk-In Closets, Wet Bar|
|LOT||9583 sq ft|
|LOT DESCRIPTION||0 - .5 Acre, Corner, Riverview|
|SUBDIVISION||South of Broad|
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