One of the most photographed homes on Sullivans Island, this iconic home overlooks Charleston Harbor and Fort Sumter. The location and view are unmatched in the Southeast. The house was built by Judge William Brawley, a Confederate veteran, in 1867 as a summer home for his daughter and son-in-law. It has been in the same family for 108 years and retains all the charm and patina of a great old beach house. The wrap around screened porch was designed to enjoy the cool breezes coming across the harbor with space for dining and entertaining. Little has been changed in the house since it was built. It is a true gem located on an extra large lot with 150 feet of beautiful beach frontage. The ceilings are 12 plus feet high and the floors are original wide heart pine. There are 5 bedrooms, a large dining room, living rooms and a kitchen house in the main residence. In addition, there is a beautiful small servants quarters in the yard next to a majestic live oak tree. It has only been used as a summer home for generations and will require updates for year round living. The house is listed by the Town as a Sullivan's Island landmark.
Listing courtesy of Carolina One Real Estate.