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Single File It sounds like an old-fashioned dance performed at a cotillion, but the Charleston Single is actually a house style—so called because it is only one room wide—that is exclusive to the South Carolina city. Among the oldest and finest examples, this completely restored property at 17 Meeting Street sits on two lots just a hop, skip, and a jump from Charleston Harbor, and is currently on the market for $4.45 million through Carriage Properties. “It’s rare for a house like this to come on the market,” says Justin Thomas, a sales associate with Carriage Properties in Charleston. “You probably only see one or two a year, and few as nice as this.” Built in the 1790s, the three-story, 5,332square-foot solid masonry dwelling features antique heart pine floors and its original stucco facade. Interior designer Beverly Bohan

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A historic Charleston home exudes modern Southern charm. By Josephine Minutillo

Profile for Leverage Global Partners

Leverage Lookbook, Spring 2014  

Presenting the Spring issue of Leverage Lookbook, the guide to global trends in real estate, design, culture, and lifestyle. From insider t...

Leverage Lookbook, Spring 2014  

Presenting the Spring issue of Leverage Lookbook, the guide to global trends in real estate, design, culture, and lifestyle. From insider t...