March 8, 2023 • Charleston

Four Swoon-worthy Historic Homes on the Market Now

Savannah and Charleston are steeped in history, drawing visitors from around the world to experience their storybook settings. While passersby marvel at centuries-old architecture from the outside, we’re taking you inside four historic homes that are on the market right now.

22 W Harris Street, Savannah, Georgia

Originally commissioned by real estate investor Eliza Ann Jewett, this circa 1843 four-story brick townhome offers 6,390 square feet and an enclosed garden in the Historic Landmark District. Meticulously renovated for modern life but carefully preserved by Hansen Architects, character abounds inside, like original wood staircase railings, original fireplaces, and wide plank heart pine floors (c.1843).

Exclusively listed by Ruthie Lynah Whitlow

13 Church Street, Charleston, South Carolina

Known as the Thomas Ball House, this beautiful Charleston single was built in 1775! The home is thoughtfully updated for modern life while maintaining desirable features like the original heart of pine floors and hand-blocked and hand-printed wallpaper. Exquisite period mouldings, many of which are original, can be found throughout the home.

Exclusively listed by Angel Wilson and Katie Coleman

332 Savannah Avenue, Statesboro, Georgia

Take a glimpse into the Donehoo-Brannen-Nesmith Mansion, a c. 1917 neoclassical estate in Statesboro, GA. The 8,417-square-foot estate, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was designed by Georgia-born architect Edward C. Hosford, who also designed the Bulloch County Courthouse. Spanning 1.79 acres, the estate offers 10 bedrooms, 6 full and 3 half bathrooms, sweeping porches, private courtyard gardens, and a swimming pool.

Exclusively listed by Stewart Marshall and Matt Brown

940 Paul Revere Drive, Charleston, South Carolina

Welcome to the Stiles-Hinson House, a circa 1742-1745 estate and one of the earliest dwellings on Charleston’s James Island. The 5,366-square-foot home, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a distinctive union of an original mid-eighteenth-century rural dwelling and a grand 1891 Victorian-era addition. Now updated for modern life with desirable amenities like the saltwater pool and chef’s kitchen, the Stiles-Hinson House is poised to delight luxury buyers and history lovers alike.

Exclusively listed by The Huguley Team

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