The Thayer-Lynah House, c. 1881, as featured in The Buildings of Charleston.This impeccably-maintained home exudes the charm and grace of the grand estates in historic downtown Charleston. An imposing 11' curved wooden front door is surrounded by gas lamps and leads into the expansive entry hall. To the right, dramatic double formal parlors, each with marble fireplaces, are separated by pocket doors. They boast original heart pine hardwood floors, 14'-ceilings and extensive architectural moldings including ceiling medallions. Two sets of glass doors in each room open to the side piazza, with a distinctive black and white checkerboard painted floor. Surrounded by stately columns, this porch adds significant outdoor living and dining space.
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