The William Stone House, circa 1779, is one of the finest structures on Rainbow Row. This beautiful masonry row house exudes history and grandeur with a beautiful floor plan including a large dining room and solarium on the main level overlooking the famous garden designed by Loutrel Briggs in 1939. The garden is walled by the ruins of a historic warehouse and includes a magical folly. The second floor drawing room is one of the most attractive in the City and the front Jib doors open onto a Neoclassical wrought iron balcony added to the property in 1941 when Susan Pringle Frost restored the building. The grand landing on the second floor opens into a handsome paneled library overlooking the garden. The master floor includes a large bedroom with a fireplace and lovely water views of theCooper River, a dressing room, and a master bath. The top floor has a spacious bedroom with sweeping water views across the front facing east, a full bath, and a third guest bedroom. An elevator services all 4 levels and is conveniently located near the front door. The property also includes 2 water closets, a wine cellar, a full crawl space, and an attic. It is located in an X zone which is the highest and best flood zone in Charleston.
Listing courtesy of Listing Agent: Deborah Fisher () from Listing Office: Handsome Properties, Inc..