Charleston, SC 29401
Remarks: Rare Opportunity To Own An Exquisite Renovated Historic Home In The Heart Of Charleston's Premiere Neighborhood, South Of Broad. Constructed By The Bohun Baker Family Of Archdale Plantation Circa 1820, And Once The Rectory For St. Michael's Church (1885 To 1927), 22 Lamboll Street Is A 6,456 Square Home, Built Of English Brick, Laid Out In Flemish Bond. It Is One Of The Few Houses Fronted By Piazzas On All Three Levels And An Elevator Which Stops At Three Of The Four Floors. Boasting Stunning Chandeliers, Ornate Doorknobs, Intricate Moldings, Ten-foot Plus Ceilings, And Grand Rooms, It Truly Is A Special Place Filled With Wonderful Memories.this Gorgeous Historic Home Underwent A Two-year Roof-to-crawlspace Complete Renovation, Finishing In 2005, Designed, Managed, And Meticulously
|Exterior:||Brick - Solid|
|Middle School:||Simmons Pinckney|
|Misc. Exterior:||Fence - Brick, Gutters, Fence - Iron, Lawn Irrigation, Special Yard Lights, Porch - Wrap-Around, Porch - Front Porch|
|Rooms:||Gas Logs, Three +|
|Lot:||0 - .5 Acre|
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