- 5500 ft2
- Half Baths
- Full Baths
- Days For Sale
The Thomas Bannister Seabrook House circa 1816 is in a prime Harleston Village location with no flooding in all most recent storms. The home features South-facing arched piazzas of the Neoclassical period and a pediment with a lunette roof window. Architectural details like the Queen Anne style window heads, bracketed Queen Anne style cornice and the three-story tower with a bell-shaped roof were likely added in the 1880s. An iron gate on Rutledge Avenue opens to the marble checkerboard walkway and staircase leading to the main level piazza and three towering palmettos grace the front garden.A truly elegant residence with grand rooms, the interior features soaring ceilings, numerous windows, elaborate molding and paneling details and eight gas fireplaces. A spacious living room offers
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