Circa 1791, the Ingram-Forrest House. Classic Charleston Single, meticulously restored and offering the very best of the past and present. Beautifully proportioned, light filled with grand-scale formal rooms, original mouldings, symmetry doors and federal-style plaster ceilings. The dining room with access to the rear piazza is adorned with hand-finished Gracie wallpaper. The handsome butler's pantry boasts a wine cellar using the original cistern, flows gracefully to the spacious kitchen.The grand kitchen is another bright and light space with tall ceilings, fine cabinetry, 2 sinks, 2 dishwashers and a double Wolf oven. More... The original dependency was recently connected to the main house floor plan, creating a private paneled "family room" retreat on the first level, and a charming guest suite above on the second level The spacious main house second level master suite features historic details with double walk-in closet areas and luxuriously detailed master bath with separate walk-in marble shower, separate soaking tub with flanking dual sinks. Also on this second level is a large, sunny guest bedroom with an en-suite bath. The third level of the main house is complete with two additional spacious bedrooms, each with elegantly furnished en-suite baths, for a total of 5 bedrooms and 5 en-suite baths. The garden was designed by Sheila Wertimer, who recently redesigned the rear courtyard for the newly installed pool. Off-street parking and the best South of Broad location complete this historic offering.
Listing courtesy of Carriage Properties Llc.