$16,500,000
3 Beds
3.5 Baths
8,363 SqFt
Acre Lot
Sqft Lot

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$16,500,000 – 18 Broad Street Unit 801, Charleston, SC 29401

Street View

Courtesy of Hudson Phillips Properties Charleston LLC.

Description

Elegant, exclusive, and sophisticated, this penthouse encompasses the top two floors of the People’s Building, Charleston’s first skyscraper. With spectacular 360-degree views of Charleston Harbor, the Atlantic Ocean, the historic district and surrounding areas. this property is truly one-of-a-kind. The penthouse features approximately 8,363 square feet of luxuriously appointed interior living space, described by Architectural Digest as a tranquil aerie. The piece de resistance is the incredible 3,169 sq. ft. private roof top terrace – complete with luscious landscaping, garden, outdoor shower, and plenty of entertaining space from which to enjoy the sea breezes and beautiful sunrises and sunsets. More…

Property Details and Features

Bedrooms

  • 3 bedroom

Bathrooms

  • 3 full bathrooms
  • 1 half bathroom

Location

  • County: Charleston
  • ZIP Code: 29401
  • Area: 51 – Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown
  • Subdivision: French Quarter

House

  • 8363.00 total heated square feet
  • Built in 1911
  • Pre-Owned
  • Condominium

Lot

  • Corner
  • Ocean View
  • Riverview

Property

  • Property type: Single Family Attached

Interior Features

  • Ceilings – 9’+
  • Window Treatments – All
  • Ceiling – Cathedral/Vaulted
  • Elevator
  • Garden Tub/Shower
  • Kitchen Island
  • Ceiling – Smooth
  • Walk-In Closets
  • Wet Bar

Floors

  • Wall to Wall Carpet
  • Marble
  • Stone

Amenities

  • Elevators

Cooling

  • Central

Master Bedroom

  • Garden Tub/Shower
  • Multiple Closets
  • Sitting Room
  • Walk-In Closets

Parking

  • Off-Street Parking

Schools

  • Elementary school: Memminger
  • Middle school: Courtenay
  • High school: Burke

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