1766 South of Broad Residence Sells for $4.7M in Charleston, SC
SOLD | Built 1766 | 6,644 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 4.5 Baths | 0.24 Acres
39 Meeting Street, Charleston, South Carolina, United States, 29401
Built for the St. Michael’s Church Rectory by Miller & Fullerton, this truly beautiful and unique property has spanned over two and a half centuries of Charleston’s history. The home last sold in 2020 for $4.7 million. The property previously sold in 1823 to Dr. William Read, who served in the Revolution as Surgeon General of the Colonial Army. While preserving the historical beauty of the home, the sellers have updated and added to its comfort and functionality. Built in 1766, the home offers nearly 7,000 square feet of living space with a charming front porch, 6 bedrooms, 2 kitchens, a formal dining room, elevator, living rooms and offices. Set back from the street, this home is wonderfully placed for privacy inside and out. The beautifully manicured garden winding through the property offers a true Charleston experience while the pool and home additions make it perfect for enjoying peaceful afternoons and entertaining guests. Complete with wine cellar, off street parking, guest rooms and living space, outbuildings and spacious closets throughout make this the perfect home for those seeking the charm and beauty that is historical Charleston. This historic South of Broad property was on the market for $4.9 million with The Everett Presson Group of Carolina One Real Estate.