22 Elliott Street in renowned South of Broad. This historic property has been meticulously restored and features luxury finishes while maintaining many original 18th century features. 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 4,389 square feet, 22 Elliott has been updated with a new roof and new wiring, heating, AC and duct work. The downstairs dining room features extremely rare indigo dyed cypress paneling and still has its original fireplace. Old and new juxtapose seamlessly in the kitchen, which has floor to ceiling custom cabinets designed by master contractor David Hoffman, a restored fireplace and unlacquered brass furnishings. Downstairs also features coral pavers and a fully installed privacy garden using original bricks found in the cellar. A downstairs floating staircase, designed by renowned architect Simons Young, is accented by reclaimed wood from the home's original heart of pine floor boards. The staircase throughout the house features hand-carved stenciling. Unique to this property is the enclosure of the arched entryway, originally completed in 1947. This formerly open passage now seamlessly connects the home's kitchen, garden, and living areas. The second floor ballroom is a showpiece of the home. With high ceilings and ample natural light, this room impresses with its original fireplace and David Hoffman designed shutters. The master bedroom has a delightful antique fireplace, and the property's third floor can be enclosed for an additional bedroom or walk-in closet. All bathrooms at 22 Elliott have marble slabs or tiles. The powder room additionally contains beautiful imported Spanish tiles. The property boasts soaring ceilings rare for its time. An addition added by Simons Young during the current renovation opens the property to a pristine garden designed by Charleston landscape architect Glen Gardener. Some windows have been completely rebuilt, including a window in the top bedroom that boasts the dream Holy City view - four steeples and beautiful sunsets. Hurricane-proof French doors add fortification to the back of the property, while high-end paint from Donald Kaufman, Farrow and Ball, and Ellen Kaenon beautify the inside of it. With ample storage space in the side attics, 22 Elliott combines whimsy, luxury and practicality.
Listing courtesy of Handsome Properties, Inc..