A unique opportunity to purchase a piece of storied history. The Kerrison House, later known as Villa De La Fontaine, was built circa 1840 and restored in the 1970s. New England architect Russell Warren, a relative of Nathaniel Russel, designed the home and rear bathhouse. The grand residence sits back from the street and welcomes you with a semicircular driveway and front facing portico supported by columns with Temple of the Winds capitals. A descendant of the original merchant-owner, Miss Marguerite Kerrsion left the estate to the Episcopal Church of South Carolina who maintained the home as the diocesan office until 1971. Sold in a private bid to respected designers Fontaine & Hancock, the property once again became a private residence. The new owners meticulously renovated the home,
|DAYS ON MARKET||142||LAST UPDATED||2/19/2021|
|TRACT||Harleston Village||YEAR BUILT||1840|
|COMMUNITY||51 - Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown||COUNTY||Charleston|
|STATUS||Active||PROPERTY TYPE(S)||Single Family|
|Jr. High School||Courtenay|
|Prior to Feb 19, '21||$4,490,000|
|Feb 19, '21 - Today||$4,400,000|
|AIR||Central, Window Unit|
|AREA||51 - Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown|
|CONSTRUCTION||Stucco, Wood Siding|
|EXTERIOR||Balcony, Fence - Brick, Fence - Iron, Fence - Private, Gutters, Patio, Pool - In Ground, Porch - Front Porch, Storage/Outbuilding, Workshop|
|GARAGE||2 Car Garage, Detached, Off-Street Parking, Yes|
|INTERIOR||Ceiling - Smooth, Ceilings - 9'+, Garden Tub/Shower, Walk-In Closets, Window Treatments - Some|
|LOT DESCRIPTION||.5 - 1 Acre|
TOTAL MONTHLY PAYMENT
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