Rated as ''Notable'' and one of only 25 remaining pre-revolutionary dwellings, The Charles Warham House, circa 1754, is highly desirable. On high ground with no history of flooding, this pristine Georgian residence reveals stunning architectural details, exquisite moldings, and cornices. There are 5 fireplaces, one in the master suite along with his and hers vanities, and second story solarium. The living room and dining room boast over mantles along with Adams paneling, attributed to Thomas Pinkney. There are two large recessed display cabinets with shell elliptical reverse design located on either side of the doorway from the dining room to the kitchen. There is a trap door concealed in the floor of the DR that leads to a full stand up basement, totally dry that might make an interesting wine cellar. The fully modernized kitchen opens with 3 sets of French doors leading to a Sheila Wertimer garden with two fountains and totalprivacy. Take a moment to relax by the kitchen fireplace with your morning coffee or evening cocktail. Walk through the garden to the one bedroom guest quarters with a kitchenette, full bath and sitting room, and a garden of its own. Direct access to the off street parking either though the guest house or around it. The richness of detail and historic fabric is impossible to adequately describe with words. The history of this property is in fact the history of Charleston and to call it home is a very special honor. An opportunity as this comes seldom in life. Historic Charleston Foundation recognizes the significance of this property with Conservation Easements inside and out that cover the entire exterior envelope. Two off street parking spaces are accessed from Longitude Lane. 17 Tradd and 0 Longitude are offered together and have separate tax numbers.
Listing courtesy of Handsome Properties, Inc..