Charleston, SC 29401
Located in the heart of downtown Charleston, this iconic residence overlooks both the Charleston Harbor and White Point Garden, exuding history and charm with one of the best views in all of the city. This listing includes the first two floors of the building which are divided into a first floor 1BD/1.5BA unit and a second floor 2BD/2BA unit. The home, known in historical circles as the Louis Desaussure House, was built in 1858 in the Greek Revival style while also incorporating Italianate elements. Desaussure then sold the house in 1888 to Bernard O'Neill, a wealthy wholesale grocer, who added the cast-iron balconies which still remain today. The expertly maintained property retains many beautifully preserved historic details including 12 foot ceilings, detailed moldings, hardwood
Listing Office: The Cassina Group
Last Updated: July - 12 - 2022
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