This Federal-style, stuccoed brick home was built by Archibald Murdock circa 1797 and truly captivates from the moment you walk through the stunning arched entrance. Notable features include a breathtaking garden, expansive living spaces, high ceilings, original woodwork and mantels. The formal living room overlooking Church Street is filled with charm and period details. A formal dining room, ideal for large gatherings, leads to a convenient wet bar. The dependency is connected by a striking two-story wood and glass stair tower. Its stunning kitchen overlooks the garden and showcases beamed ceilings, painted wood floors, updated appliances and a sitting area warmed by a charming brick fireplace. On the second level, the elegant drawing room is opposite the primary bedroom wing. The primary suite boasts a gas fireplace with a beautifully updated en suite bath. This space is connected to the upper level of the dependency where there is an additional sitting room, full bath and large laundry room featuring exposed beam ceilings. Two spacious, light-filled bedrooms each with en suite baths can be found on the third floor. The top floor bedrooms share a central hall bath. Situated in the most desirable part of Church Street the idyllic location is just steps from the Battery and White Point Garden. The architectural details and present-day touches to this home make it a rare South of Broad gem. The Historic Charleston Foundation holds a façade easement, and a driveway easement is also in place.
Listing courtesy of William Means Real Estate, Llc.