The Historic Charleston Mansion That Played Host to the City’s First Post-Civil War Dance Asks Just Under $7 Million
Homes like the Richard Reynolds House don’t hit the market every day, y’all.
This gorgeous 6,830-square-foot South of Broad stunner occupies the corner of Charleston’s famed Legare and Lamboll streets. And after an extensive two-year, top-to-bottom renovation, this piece of Charleston history has been returned to its original glory, when it played host to the city’s first big dance after the end of the Civil War.
The heart of the four-bedroom, six-bathroom home is the show-stopping spiral staircase, which rises four floors around custom chandeliers. History buffs will appreciate how the recent renovation added all the modern amenities without forsaking the home’s elegant circa 1850 features, including detailed crown moldings, ornate door frames, wide plank heart pine floors and original glass window panes.
The home is currently listed by Hudson Phillips Charleston Properties LLC. for $6,995,000. Keep scrolling for a look inside: