Located in the French Quarter near the Charleston Harbor, this circa 1880 warehouse was constructed in a Classical Revival style by the antebellum architect Francis Lee, according to John Poston's book ''The Buildings of Charleston: A Guide to the City's Architecture.'' The condominiums at Queens Gate are centrally located close to some of Charleston's finest restaurants, art galleries, historic theaters, churches, and parks. This spacious, renovated loft is characterized by exposed brick, 14+ foot ceiling height in the main room, oversized and operable newly replaced windows, and exposed wooden beams. Barn style doors on the fully enclosed bedroom suites located on the second level add character and privacy.
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