Circa 1801, once part of the historic James Hamilton Company Building, serving as a cotton warehouse along the city's oldest surviving wharf. Totally restored and renovated in 2005 with further updates and reconfiguration since then, this historic structure offers elegance, historic charm and the latest in modern technology.The setting is one of the most picturesque, overlooking romantic, wide cobblestone paved South Adgers Wharf and the Charleston Harbor. A private, gated courtyard in the front accompanies 2 garage openings. The property is street-to-street, backing up to North Adgers with a third newly built garage from the rear to accommodate larger SUV's.. (More...)
The interior features beautiful custom-milled finishes, white oak inlaid floors, grand arched windows overlooking gardens and courtyards. The dining room features walnut cabinetry throughout, floor-to-ceiling. A two-story atrium is to the rear and offers an abundance of informal space off the kitchen. The kitchen is complete with top-level appliances, a comfortable center island, even a gas fireplace, overlooking its own private courtyard and fountain. Behind the kitchen is a handy desk/office and 2 half-baths. The second-level master suite is accessed by the grand staircase or elevator.
The elegant master suite is open and spacious with a separate den/sunroom overlooking the 18th century homes of historic East Bay, along with a sumptuous master bath with a generous custom fitted walk-in closet. Also on the second level you will find two additional guest bedrooms, each with en-suite baths. The laundry is conveniently located nearby all three bedrooms.
The third level is a real treat for movie buffs or audiophiles--a complete theater awaits with a separate half-bath and elevator access. This area could easily become a very comfortable fourth bedroom and bath if desired. There is a private roof terrace with harbor and rooftop views from this level. The rear pool area is a real treat, offering plenty of sun and solid brick walled privacy.
16 South Adgers has it all -- just move in and enjoy all that Charleston has to offer.
Built in: 1801
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Architectural Style: Traditional
Lot Acres: 0.17