This grand South Battery residence is composed of a 4 bedroom, 4 full and 2 half bath main house with water views from the top 2 floors, a 3 bedroom, 2 full bath kitchen house and a partially finished heated and cooled ground floor. The apx. 1,358 sf ground floor, not included in the total square footage, would make a fabulous wine cellar, workout room or artists' studio, and includes a half bath. Constructed circa 1835 by sisters Anne and Catherine Johnston, this three-story plantation-style home with attached kitchen house was later purchased by General Benjamin Huger Rutledge after the Civil War. The Johnston House has been completely renovated while maintaining original historic details, and includes a brand new masonry wall which surrounds the entire property.
|DAYS ON MARKET||41||LAST UPDATED||6/24/2020|
|TRACT||South of Broad||YEAR BUILT||1835|
|COMMUNITY||51 - Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown||COUNTY||Charleston|
|STATUS||Active||PROPERTY TYPE(S)||Single Family|
|Jr. High School||Simmons Pinckney|
|AREA||51 - Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown|
|CONSTRUCTION||Block/Masonry, Brick - Solid, Stucco, Wood Siding|
|EXTERIOR||Fence - Brick, Fence - Partial, Fence - Private, Porch - Front Porch, Porch - Full Front|
|GARAGE||2 Car Carport, Attached, Off-Street Parking|
|HEAT||Forced Air, Heat Pump|
|INTERIOR||Ceilings - 9'+, Elevator, Garden Tub/Shower, Kitchen Island, Walk-In Closets, Wet Bar|
|LOT||9148 sq ft|
|SUBDIVISION||South of Broad|
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