Tuesday, October 27, 2009
With The Preservation Society of Charleston's long standing commitment to feature architecturally significant private dwellings, we were honored once again that one of our client's homes was showcased in the 33rd annual Fall Tours of Homes & Gardens.
This Historic Charleston home, along with inspiration from its loving homeowner, fostered Classic’s niche by perfectly melding old with new, as is evidenced in this photo of the gorgeous kitchen complete with a center island designed to cover the existing cistern below.
The Radcliffeborough neighborhood tour, where this home is located, features historic and elegant mid-19th century residences, including examples of the Charleston single house, built for both planters and merchants.
The home is currently occupied by a delightful couple that truly understands the value of the historic, one-of-a-kind community that we call Charleston. Classic will continue to do its part in fostering its commitment to maintaining architectural integrity that preserves the legacy of Charleston.