Circa 1732. Beautiful Georgian house located in a great location just off Meeting Street. The Fotheringham-McNeil Tenements are listed as valuable in ''This Is Charleston: An Architectural survey of a Unique American City.'' Exquisite mantels, cypress paneling, wide heart pine floors, Makkum tiles and custom mouldings throughout. Gracious entry with inviting fireplace leads to formal living and dining rooms. Dining room and powder room have beautifully hand-painted walls. Calacatta marble counter-tops in kitchen and top-of-the-line appliances including Wolf cook-top, Gaggenau oven and Sub-Zero refrigerator.Family room off kitchen overlooks spectacular garden designed by Robert Chesnut with bubbling fountain. Huge walk around basement offers great storage and one-car garage. Perfect location for a wine cellar. Restoration has been completed by current owners. When house was built, it was two houses put together and later made into one single family house. Special design not seen often in Charleston. A real jewel!!
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