Category Archives: Historic Building

FANCY FRIDAY

4175 Highway 165 Yonges Island, SC 29449 “Wave Crest” Untouched historic home on Yonges Island built in the early 1900′s. Property is ready to be restored by one who appreciates a historic home on the Intercoastal Waterway (ICW). Property has … Continue reading

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NEW LISTING ~ 1153 KING STREET

1153 KING STREET DOWNTOWN CHARLESTON, SC 29403 4 BEDROOM  //  2.5 BATH  //  2,468 SQUARE FEET  // BUILT IN 1938 AMAZING OPPORTUNITY! Built in 1938, this home has lots of potential. Renovations could be made for use as a single … Continue reading

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FEATURED LISTING! ~ 276 HAWTHORNE STREET

276 HAWTHORNE STREET MOUNT PLEASANT 29464 BAYVIEW ACRES 3 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath, 1655 Square Feet, 0.35 acre Charming home in an established, “close in” Mt. Pleasant neighborhood. Lovely tree lined street greets you as you drive up to this home … Continue reading

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2013 Charleston Fall Tours

THE FALL TOURS returns to Charleston, South Carolina this October.  For the 37th year, the Preservation Society of Charleston hosts a variety of tours that take you inside some of Charleston’s most historic privately-owned homes and gardens.  Our new format … Continue reading

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The Old Exchange Building

Is the Old Exchange Building a fancy architectural jewel designed to house 18th-century assemblies? Or is it the ghoulish prison of the Revolution, the place where the martyr Isaac Hayne spent his last night? Or is it the place where … Continue reading

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