80 Alexander Street, Charleston, SC
One-of-a kind opportunity to own this graceful historic mansion and to build onto the existing home or build a new structure with its own address adjacent to it. Street facing buildable lots in this part of Charleston are a rarity.This offering, originally configured as separate parcels with two map numbers, was recently conjoined. If purchaser wishes to split the property back into two separate parcels again it can be done administratively by following the original lot lines. Please verify with the City of Charleston Zoning Department. A significant expansion of the home can also be achieved by building onto the existing residence.Constructed in 1805 in the quintessential "Charleston Single" style, 80 Alexander features broad piazzas, 11' plus ceilings, original plaster crown moldings, oversized windows, marble fireplace mantles, heart pine floors, a majestic iron entry gate and much more. The home has been demoed-out and is ready for renovation into a three bedroom, 3 ½ bath residence. The rooms are generously proportioned.
Historically, the home is notable as the site of the "Liberty Tree" where Charlestonians plotted against the British and where the Declaration of Independence was first read to Charlestonians in 1776.Read More
Listed by: John Johansen at The Boulevard Company, LLC
- bedrooms: 3
- full baths: 3
- half baths: 1
- square ft: 2,990
- acres: 0.09
- county: Charleston
- year built: 1805
- property type: Residential
- High Ceilings
- Elementary School:Memminger
- Middle School:Simmons Pinckney
- High School:Burke
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