Considered Valuable to the City and on the National Register , The Presqu'ile House, C. 1802. Originally a fine Charleston residence, this historic home located on Upper East Bay Street currently used as an Office Space and is zoned Limited Business. If converted to a residence or mixed use property the home or condo could boast 3 or 4 bedrooms and has room to add at least 2 additional full bathrooms. The home consists of 2 wings: one built C. 1802 and a second built C. 1840. Historic details of the home include fine Adam style woodwork, arched windows, a 2-story piazza extending along 3 sides, and a flying staircase that has been described as ''one of the most beautiful in Charleston.'' The potential for this historic gem could include mixed use, residential and a myriad of commercial uses including exclusive office space, elegant venue/event space, or restaurant space. Verify use with zoning office. There are 2 meters on the building and ample parking. Historic Charleston Foundation Easement exists on the property. Per the easement covenants and restrictions, the property is currently approved to be used for limited business office space purposes. Any other use would require approval by Historic Charleston Foundation in addition to the City of Charleston.
Single Family Detached
Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown
|Elementary school: Sanders Clyde|
|Middle school: Simmons Pinckney|
|High school: Burke|
|Lot acreage is: 0.17|