The Louis Danjou House, circa 1810, is classified by the City as a Category 2 House. There are 2 beautiful masonry structures, a beautiful garden, and parking for 2-3 cars. Also known as Brewton's Corner, both the main house located at 77 Church St and the original carriage house at 75 Church St were built over the previous residence of Miles Brewton. These buildings are classified as Valuable and Notable in the publication ''This is Charleston.'' The history rivals the beauty, incredible architecture, and historic details of the house. This historic gem, sitting on some of the highest ground in Charleston in an X Flood Zone, also includes impressive plaster work, woodwork, floors, and much of the original historical character.
Year Built: 1810
Exterior: Brick - Solid
Misc Ext: Fence - Brick, Patio - Covered, Fence - Metal Enclosed, Fence - Iron, Patio, Fence - Private
Msc Intr: Ceilings - 9'+, Ceiling - Beamed, Garden Tub/Shower, Kitchen Island, Ceiling - Smooth
Lot Desc: Corner
Gar Pkg: Off-Street Parking, Other (Use Remarks), 2 Car Carport
Desclocation: Bedroom, Dining Room, Kitchen, Living Room, Three +
Roof: Metal, Slate
Style: Carriage/Kitchen House, Charleston Single, Traditional
Special: Right of First Refusal
Rooms: Eat-In-Kitchen, Family, Formal Living, Foyer, Mother-In-Law Suite, Office, Separate Dining, Study
Utilities / HVAC
Heat: Forced Air, Heat Pump
Water Sewer: Public Sewer, Public Water
Courtesy of listing office Handsome Properties, Inc.