What was the highest-selling home in Charleston this year? The historic John Edwards House closed on Tuesday, April 11 for $12.6 million. The sale also involved The Cassina Group’s Robertson Allen whose great-grandparents previously owned the home.
The property located on 13 and 15 Meeting St. includes both a carriage house and a main house as well as a garden, central fountain, and double piazza.
Quick history lesson. The home was constructed around 1770 and named for its original owner. John Edwards was a prominent politician during the Revolutionary Era, serving as an aide-de-camp, mayor, and Commissioner of the South Carolina Treasury.