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The Pink House

17 Chalmers Street, Charleston, , 29401 Property Website Dated Posted: November 18, 2013

$799,000

Debbie Fisher

Circa 1672

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About This Old House

Off-marketThis unique gem is the oldest building in Charleston and one of the most historic properties in the United States. Though the exact construction date is unknown, historic records indicate that The Pink House may date back as early as 1672 making it the second oldest masonry building in the country. Originally built as a residence, this property was last used with a variance as a commercial use but could be used as one of the most charming Pied-a-terres in Charleston. Located on one of the few cobblestone streets in the Old Walled City of Charleston, this solid structure is built of Bermuda stone and still proudly displays the original fireplaces and Jib window. This property has been cherished by the same Charleston Family for many years, who have lovingly used and enjoyed this treasure. This is a rare opportunity to own a real piece of history.

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