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Location: Charleston, South Carolina
This gracious 1850 house was used by a famous commander, General Beauregard, as his headquarters during the civil war. The home was renovated and restored in the 1990s, and later won an award from the Preservation Society. One floor of this spacious home is on the market as a very charming and historic condo. The available 2,342-square foot space comes with two bedrooms, a living room with 13-foot-high ceilings, and many period details, like four marble fireplaces, arched doorways, and original pine woodwork. It's asking $799,950.