Photos and Description of this 4 bedroom holiday home in Charleston - Bridge House
Beautifully Restored Circa 1840s Downtown Charleston Single Home
NB: Bridge House is Zoned for MONTHLY let. As such we are unable to accommodate short term requests.
Beautifully restored 1840 Downtown Charleston Single home - our personal vacation home is available to you as your Home-Away From-Home. The location is second to none, within close walking distance of everything downtown! Uniquely located close to the heart of the city’s tourist attractions, 5 minute walk to Market Street, 8 minutes from Meeting St, 10 minutes from King Street, 15 minutes walk to Harbor Park and the Battery. Charleston’s finest restaurants, art galleries and shopping are within easy reach so park your car and leave it for the duration of your stay. Walk to restaurants, shops, historic homes, MUSC, or the College of Charleston. You can pop on the Crosstown to hit the beach and be there in less than 15 minutes!?
Completely restored to impeccable detail, 4 bedrooms and 2 -1/2 baths, a brand new kitchen, original heart pine hardwood floors, and high Charleston ceilings with plaster medallions. This beautiful home will easily accommodate up to seven people. It boasts off street parking and beautiful piazzas for you to enjoy. Cook yourself a fabulous meal in our Chef inspired kitchen, or relax in the warm and cozy living room with loads of natural light. Relax after a day at the beach, shopping, or sightseeing. There is a spacious dining room with seating for 8, a beautifully equipped kitchen, comfortable living room with a flat screen TV, Cable, WiFi, and all the amenities you will need for your stay in Charleston.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Events Allowed
About Denise Holtz
My husband and I moved to Charleston from England in 2010. We chose Charleston because of its European feel and the incredibly friendly people.
Denise Holtz purchased this house in 2012
Why Denise Holtz chose Charleston
My husband and I have a love of restoring historical properties from a 400 year old french cottage, to a 1760s Harbour Master's home on the English Channel, early 19th century Vicarage and Arms houses in a seaside community of north Wales, to name a few. This house fit perfectly in our inventory of historic properties. We feel in love with its charm and location.
What makes this house unique
This house is full of old southern charm with modern conveniences. You will be hard pressed to find a better location to enjoy the Historic district of Charleston. You can easily walk to the best restaurants, bars, and tourist attractions.