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Pristine 1786 Charleston home wants $6.5M

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With historic parquet floors and plenty of charm

Photos by Ellis Creek Photography

The historic city of Charleston, South Carolina, is full of jaw-dropping historic architecture, whether it’s a stately Federal or an ornate Queen Anne. The latest to catch our eye is this gorgeous five-bedroom, four-bath Charleston single originally constructed in 1756.

Standing at the corners of Meeting and Lambool Streets, the 5,276-square-foot walled retreat offers everything you covet in a historic Charleston home: a striking red entry door, well-proportioned rooms, etched glass windows, and stunning parquet floors.

Tall windows let in plenty of light, and three stories of balconies mean that every guest room has access to its own piazza. Modern amenities include a two-car garage, 889-square-foot guest house, elevator, and doggie grass for your furry friends. But the star of the outdoors is without a doubt an in-ground pool and brick patio, perfect for summer lounging.

A combination of modern luxury and historic charm, 17 Meeting Street is on the market now for $6,450,000.

The long pool and brick patio offers respite from the city beyond.
Interiors feature fireplaces and large windows.
A light and airy kitchen offers all of the modern amenities.
Original parquet flooring adds historic authenticity.
Bedrooms are stately and all feature access to private piazzas.
One of many piazzas to enjoy the outdoors.