4 Battery Place is the ultimate Charleston home for the most discriminating client. This sophisticated and chic 3,300 square foot, 4-bedroom residence is enviably located in Charleston's South of Broad district with views of the historic Charleston harbor. The exterior and interior have been meticulously renovated and offer all the modern amenities with traditional style and grace. Every detail has been included in this amazing transformation and everything is new.. three gas fireplaces, HVAC systems, hot water heater, lighting, plumbing, bathrooms, kitchen, roof, shutters, windows and doors, and much more. Heart pine floors throughout, a 1,000 square foot private terrace and off-street parking are additional highlights.
The ground floor features a formal entry, living and dining rooms, kitchen with adjoining great room and a guest suite with separate entry. A 1,000 square foot terrace is accessible from every room on the ground floor. The second story features a master bedroom with large balcony and lavish bath and a guest bedroom with en-suite bath. The top floor has a guest bedroom and full bath and a separate home office with harbor views.
4 Battery Place brings the pages of Elle Decor to life. Furnished with an elegant mixture of contemporary and antique styles – English and French, Country and Regency, 18th Century and Modern, Chinese Export and Art Deco. Fine home furnishinsg from Grosfeld House, Karl Springer, Barclay Butera, Baker Furniture, Chelsey House, Scalamandre Fabrics, Wedgewood, Baccarat, Sferra. This home is perfect for a casual dinner or a cocktail party for 100. The designer has been featured in magazines worldwide and on television programs, including "The Today Show" and "Oprah". All furnishings available at cost, for $250,000.
This is one of Elysa Lazar's brilliant restorations of a Charleston gem that was in the rough. In addition to achieving the highest benchmark for structural and aesthetic renovations, her properties have set new standards for quality, style and lifestyle in historic Charleston.
Ms. Lazar, a native New Yorker, moved to Charleston 16 years ago and has been involved with the fashion and design community for over 25 years. She has been featured in every major publication including the New York Times, Fortune, Time, People, the Wall Street Journal and Charleston Magazine. She has also appeared on hundreds of television shows including The Today Show and Oprah.