89 Broad Street
Type: Single Family Detached
Listing ID: 21021736
Welcome to historic 89 Broad Street in Charleston, SC! Erected in the late 1700s this Federal style building is situated just steps from the Four Corners of Law, Charleston's most iconic intersection at Broad and Meeting Street. According to the Historic Charleston Foundation, 89 Broad was built by a watchmaker and planter, Major Stephen Lee, on land that was inherited from his wife's father, Paul Smyser. The property has undergone several major renovations over the years preserving its historic beauty and timeless evolution that can be seen today. Currently configured as a commercial office building, 89 Broad is ready to be restored back to a beautiful home! Schedule your showing today!
South of Broad
51 - Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown
Ceilings - 9'+,Ceiling - Smooth,Window Treatments - Some
MASTER BEDROOM DESCRIPTION
WATER / SEWER
Public Sewer,Public Water
LOT SIZE IN ACRES
Other (Use Remarks)
Inside,Level,0 - .5 Acre
MISCELLANEOUS EXTERIOR FEATURES
Gutters,Fence - Iron
JR HIGH SCHOOL
Single Family Detached
SINGLE FAMILY DETACHED STYLE
SINGLE FAMILY ATTACHED STYLE
Listing by Office Name Goes Here
Listing information last updated: Tue Jan 25 2022 11:01:41 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
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