The perfect pied-a-terre located across from the Yacht Club, on the high hill above the Battery. One of the ''best views in town'', as you stroll down to the Waterfront Park. Hidden-away, behind the entry gate, are four, two-story brick condos. They share a large private garden area at the back of the property. Built in 1780, these rear brick dwellings behind the Charleston Club, served various purposes ... pieds-a-terre for gentlemen planters or a temporary residence for visitors. Also, we think they may have been occupied for a period of time by the Tory daughters who may have attended the girls' school in 51 East Bay. The C unit is a recently renovated, open-floor-plan condo with three bedrooms and two-and-one-half bathrooms. Parking is on-street with a max of two South of Broad decals.
Listing courtesy of Daniel Ravenel Sotheby's International Realty.