On lower East Bay Street at the High Battery, this second floor condominium is in the Somersall-DeSaussure House, circa 1790-1800. With nineteenth-century Greek Revival and Italianate detailing, this one of a kind home has a large piazza with Charleston Harbor views and wonderful outside living space. Features include high ceilings, three fireplaces, a plethora of natural light and gracious sized rooms. There is an elevator and ground floor storage. Just a few blocks from Charleston's world class restaurants, you will be in the center of many of Historic Charleston's grand residences. There is an exterior easement held by the Historic Foundation.
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