There is a unique luxury home on a pier in the downtown part of Charlton, South Carolina that was once a U.S. Navy Station. This is now on the market priced at $8.85 million.
The house is measured at 4,689 square feet with three levels, a private boat dock with boat lift, a grand foyer with curved staircase, formal living and dining, powder room, gourmet kitchen, climate-controlled wine room, and a library. The house also includes four bedrooms, a bar, and the highlight of the house which is the views surrounding it.
The former U.S. Navy Station that is converted into a unique luxury house in Charlton, South Carolina is listed under Christie’s International Real Estate.
Charleston, South Carolina is well known for its luxurious estates near the harbor with walled perfumed gardens shaded by live oaks and boxwood borders. Passersby try hard to get glimpses of the secret gardens within. But one Charleston mansion stands in the harbor on a pier surrounded on all sides by water, easily viewed from land or vessel.
Once a building occupied by the U.S. Navy to store equipment, the structure was completely renovated in 2010, including the garage with guest house above on the mainland entrance to the pier, creating an elegant and functional living space blending history with modern conveniences.
The three-story, 4,689-square-foot main house on the water has eye-popping views of Charleston Harbor, Fort Sumter, The Yorktown, Ravenel Bridge, and the Charleston Peninsula from all levels of the house and its 240-foot private boat dock with boat lift.
Entering into a grand foyer with a curved staircase, the main floor living area includes formal living and dining, powder room, gourmet kitchen, climate-controlled wine room, and library. The second floor houses the master suite and three other en-suite guest bedrooms. The third floor with its bar and living area shows off the spectacular views.
Former Naval facility turned into one-of-a-kind home on a pier in Charlton’s downtown is priced at $8.85 million.