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A four-floor spiral staircase anchors the design

Photos courtesy of Ellis Creek Photography

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Location: Charleston, South Carolina

Price: $6,995,000

Fans of Charleston charm, look no further than this show-stopping four-bedroom, six-bath home with picture-perfect gardens by acclaimed Charleston landscape architect Sheila Wertimer. Called the Richard Reynolds house, the 6,830-square-foot listing was first constructed around 1850 and recently underwent a two-year renovation. The building is designed around a stunning spiral staircase that rises four floors with custom chandeliers.

Elsewhere, historic features include crown moldings, ornate door frames, wide-plank heart pine floors, original glass window panes, and coffered ceilings in the main living rooms. An eat-in kitchen boasts an open-concept plan onto a piazza and outdoor pool, and exposed brick, built-in bookcases, and bespoke bar areas add appeal.

Luxurious bedrooms all open onto gardens or patios, and a large deck on the fourth floor boasts views of the historic neighborhood rooftops and Charleston Harbor. Other amenities include a wood-paneled library, built-in sauna, mud room, elevator, and a total of seven fireplaces.

Indulge in this Charleston gem at 27 Lamboll Street, on the market now for $6,995,000.