This Charleston Kitchen is #Goals
The southern city of Charleston, South Carolina is full of spectacular residential gems, and one such property has just hit the market.
A stunning duplex penthouse in the People’s Building, Charleston’s first skyscraper, was recently listed for $16.5 million. Built in 1911, the structure is steeped in history but stays up-to-date when it comes to luxury.
The gourmet chef's kitchen features double islands, exposed brick and arched windows.
Clocking in at 8,363 square-feet, the 18 Broad Street penthouse encompasses the top two floors of the coveted building and boasts sprawling 360-degree views of city and water.
While the three-bedroom, four-bathroom unit impresses with luxe details like Turkish Limestone floors, 72 arched windows, and a private elevator entrance, it is the outdoor space that truly takes your breath away. A 3,169 square-foot private roof offers exquisite landscaping, an outdoor shower and ample space for entertaining.
Charleston businesswoman and avid car collector Terri Henning owns the luscious spread that is now up for grabs. The home was designed by Monique Gibson who is responsible for designing the $11 million SoHo loft which Meg Ryan listed earlier this year.
Leighton Candler of Corcoran and Leslie Turner of Hudson Phillips Charleston Properties have the listing.
The elegant 1,500 square-foot master suite is on the first floor of the penthouse. Massive arched windows throughout the unit allow for natural light to pour into every room.