The William Vanderhorst house, circa 1740 -- This 18th-century home is considered one of the earliest examples of a Charleston Single house. This spectacular home was once owned and restored by Preservation Society founder Susan Pringle Frost in the 1920's. Beautiful hardwood floors throughout spacious living areas. Grand living room with Cypress paneling. Brand new Wolf and Sub-Zero kitchen appliances. Third-floor terrace provides gorgeous views of Downtown Charleston and rooftops. Walled brick courtyard garden with fountain. Parking behind the house off of Ropemakers Lane. Historic Charleston facade easement.
51 - Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown
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