The Historic Charleston Mansion That Played Host to the City’s First Post-Civil War Dance Asks Just Under $7 Million
Take a Peek Inside This Historic Mansion
27 Lamboll Street, Charleston, South Carolina
This home’s first owner was Richard F. Reynolds, a local carriage, who purchased it in March 1851. He later sold the property to Thomas Savage Heyward, an auctioneer, in 1857.
The home’s formal entryway boasts a beautiful coffered ceiling and a custom chandelier.
The beautiful, four-story spiral staircase is the crown jewel of the home.
Formal Dining Room
The spacious dining room features one of the home’s seven working fireplaces.
From the vent hood to the waterfall island, no expense was spared in bringing the kitchen up to date.
The eat-in kitchen opens onto the piazza overlooking the pool.
The molding gets a dramatic update thanks to a deep blue paint job. The monochromatic choice is a decidedly modern one.
Small, built-in nooks span the length of the spiral staircase. As you can see, they’re the perfect place for fresh flowers.
Every room in the house, including the sprawling master bedroom, opens onto a piazza or the garden—a rare (and precious) feature.
The gleaming all-white master bathroom has it all. And by that we mean a clawfoot tub, a double vanity and a walk-in shower with stylish accent tiles.
The home’s incredible bunk room would likely have Joanna Gaines seeing stars. The perfect place to entertain visiting kiddos, the gorgeous built-in loft beds can sleep four—and have us wishing we were young again.
South of Broad Views
The fourth-floor roof deck offers beautiful views of historic roof tops and the nearby Charleston Harbor.
On the ground floor you’ll find the state-of-the-art media room which features exposed brick walls and a giant projector screen for the ultimate movie nights.
Wooden rafters and exposed brick serve as a reminder of the home’s rich history. This flexible space also doubles as a wine room.
A full-service bar with a serving area opens directly from the game room onto the backyard.
The full-service bar adjacent to the pool makes alfresco entertaining a breeze.
The stunning backyard pool and sauna are privately screened at gated.
The two-story piazzas mean there’s no shortage of outdoor space.