The William Stone House, circa 1779, is one of 13 fine pastel-colored homes on Rainbow Row, perched just along the Battery, a short stroll to the waterfront. The natural light throughout the house amplifies its interior allure. This beautiful masonry row house exudes history and grandeur with a beautiful floor plan including a large dining room and solarium on the main level overlooking the famous garden designed by Loutrel Briggs in 1939. The garden is walled by the ruins of a historic warehouse and includes a magical folly. The second floor drawing room is one of the most attractive in the City and the front Jib doors open onto a Neoclassical wrought iron balcony added to the property in 1941 when Susan Pringle Frost restored the building. The grand landing on the second floor opens intohandsome paneled library overlooking the garden. The master floor includes a large bedroom with a dressing room, and a master bath. The top floor has a spacious bedroom, a full bath, and a third guest bedroom. An elevator services all 4 levels and is conveniently located near the front door. The property also includes 2 water closets, a wine cellar, a full crawl space, and an attic. It is located in an X zone which is the highest and best flood zone in Charleston.
Listing courtesy of Listing Agent: Deborah Fisher () from Listing Office: Handsome Properties, Inc..