Property of the Week: 69 Meeting Street
We are featuring a charming and character filled historic Southern home as this week's Leverage Property of the Week, located at 69 Meeting Street, Charleston, S.C.
With over 8,000 square feet of living space, this Charleston manor features 3.5 stories above a large basement.
Although built in 1788, much of the historic integrity is in intact, and there are numerous modern updates that make the home appropriate for even the most discerning of today's buyers.
Piazzas and outdoor sitting areas surround the home and make for true Southern living. A screened sun porch exemplifies this home's charm and style.
Attention has been paid to every detail throughout the home, which includes the original mahogany doors, cypress panels, and heart palm floors with artful textures and wainscoting.
A second level drawing room offers delicate plasterwork in the mantel and cornice with fine period ornamentation.
Windows in every room flood the home with natural sunlight throughout the day, while the spacious floor plan offers a seamless flow from every room.
The Charleston architectural survey qualifies this home as "notable." Its four level façade speaks for itself.
A detached 3-story guesthouse invites others to enjoy the comfort of this Southern charmer.
To find out more information about this historic Charleston estate, please contact the listing agent, Lynn Hanlin of Carriage Properties.