The Winborn Lawton House, circa 1837, is a meticulously restored masonry home located in the coveted South of Broad neighborhood. The home offers all the charms of downtown living with desirable conveniences like a three-stop elevator and off-street parking for three to four cars.A Glen Gardner-designed garden with a saltwater pool provides a tranquil setting for entertaining or relaxing and a gorgeous backdrop to many spaces in the home. The private, walled garden includes a fire pit and a tranquil waterfall in the pool.The interior features 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, and open, airy living spaces with refined period details. Find a stately living room, expansive kitchen, family room, full bath, powder bath, and laundry on the first floor.The second floor has a spacious, light-filled front living area and two private bedrooms to the back of the home. A private terrace overlooks the garden and pool, while a bright sunroom with wet bar runs the entire length of one side of the home.
On the third-floor, an impressive primary suite boasts a dressing room and an enviable walk-in closet. The fourth bedroom is currently functioning as an office. A large rooftop terrace with water views adds even more outdoor living space.
The home sits in close proximity to all that Charleston has to offer but is a private retreat after a day or night out on the town.
||Cable TV, Elevators
||51 - Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown
||Eat-In-Kitchen, Family, Formal Living, Foyer, Laundry, Office, Separate Dining
|SF Detached Style
||South of Broad
||Single Family Detached
||Gas Logs, Three +
||Ceramic Tile, Wood
||Multiple Closets, Walk-In Closets
||Ceiling - Smooth
||Block/Masonry, Wood Siding
||0 - .5 Acre
||Fence - Brick, Fence - Iron, Patio, Pool - In Ground, Special Yard Lights, Porch - Wrap-Around, Balcony