Step back in time to the Charleston Victorian Era and take a look at the Cross-Love-Gregory House, circa 1850’s. This beautiful 18 room home is on the National Registry of Historical Places, L Shaped wrap around front porch, smokers and pouters balcony outside. Classic architecture abounds throughout with the elegant staircase, rich wood floors, French glass doors, oversized spacious rooms, exquisitely designed tiled hearths and wooden mantle pieces, main library, art studio and bonus room could be used as extra bedrooms if needed. This was formerly known as Magnolia Hall in the early 1900’s and also as the Pinckney Inn (a Bed and Breakfast). It is not currently used as a Bed and Breakfast. Major updates to plumbing & electric, Roof, HVAC (Dual Units 2017/2019), Termite Bond and more! 2 “extra rooms” on 2nd floor do not have heat/air, all fireplaces are closed throughout the home. It will not last!
Updated on September 28, 2021 at 6:43 pm