History Comes to Life in This Charleston Home
Built in the 1800s, the home is now on the market for just under $14 million.
Built in the 1830s, the Reverend Paul Trapier Gervais House in Charleston, South Carolina blends historic charm with modern amenities for a classic yet chic end result. Located in the historic South of Broad neighborhood (which is home to Rainbow Row, a collection of 19th-century, pastel townhomes that is popular with sightseers), the 7,800-square-foot home holds five bedrooms and four baths. Ideal for those who want a timeless estate, the three-story home has been listed for $13.85 million.