Distinguishing Characteristics: 1) National Register - National Register of Historic Places - Considered one of the "Charleston Seven". 2) Built c 1712 - Considered the oldest dwelling in Charleston. Significant for having experienced the city's entire history. 3) Architecture - Georgian/Rococo plasterwork dates c.1750, the earliest period of stucco decoration in America. 4) Garden - Umberto Innocenti - Historic Landscaper Designer - One of the largest private gardens in the city. 5) Property - Sale includes lots 54 & 56 & 58 Hasell St. Separate income producing rental houses. 6) Easement - Property is not encumbered by a conservation easement. Ingress/egress easement available to the property via the driveway west of 58 Hasell St. (See Documents & Plat)
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