69 Church Street is one of the largest pre-Revolutionary houses in the city, with a grand estate lot stretching back to Ford's Court. Historically and architecturally significant, this Category 1 Georgian double house was built circa 1745, and is notable for its stunning ballroom, drawing room, cypress paneled library, 15 fireplaces, King of Prussia marble fireplace surrounds, delft tiles, bespoke woodwork and moldings, and stucco over brick exterior. The interior reflects the best of both the Georgian and Federal periods, embodying extraordinary examples of fine woodwork throughout on mantles, wainscoting, moldings, and 9 over 9 double sash windows which flood the home with beautiful natural light. The main house follows a traditional double house format, with four principal rooms on
|DAYS ON MARKET||360||LAST UPDATED||9/3/2020|
|TRACT||South of Broad||YEAR BUILT||1745|
|COMMUNITY||51 - Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown||COUNTY||Charleston|
|STATUS||Active||PROPERTY TYPE(S)||Single Family|
|Jr. High School||Courtenay|
|Prior to Sep 3, '20||$9,995,000|
|Sep 3, '20 - Today||$9,500,000|
|AREA||51 - Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown|
|CONSTRUCTION||Brick - Solid, Stucco|
|EXTERIOR||Balcony, Fence - Brick, Fence - Iron, Fence - Private, Gutters, Lawn Irrigation, Patio, Pool - In Ground, Special Yard Lights, Storage/Outbuilding|
|GARAGE||Off-Street Parking, Other (Use Remarks)|
|INTERIOR||Ceiling - Smooth, Ceilings - 9'+, Kitchen Island, Skylight, Walk-In Closets, Wet Bar, Window Treatments - All|
|SUBDIVISION||South of Broad|
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