The Grand Charleston Estate


69 Meeting Street, listed by Lynn Hanlin, has been receiving plenty of attention lately! It was recently featured as “Property of the Week” by Leverage Global Partners. This week, George Woolston wrote a beautiful article, “The Poyas Mordecai House at 69 Meeting”, in The Charleston Mercury about this grand estate.


The property has been referred to as “notable” by Charleston architectural surveys. One of the grandest early estates built within the original Grand Model of Historic Charleston, 69 Meeting Street was originally constructed as a traditional single Charleston home in 1798 by the Poyas family. The property has only changed owners a handful of times. Following the ownership of the Poyas family, Moses Mordecai purchased the home. Mordecai owned the property for a decent period of time before the Murdoch family purchased the home and owned it for 120 years.


The home has been kept in the most immaculate condition with several impressive additions. There is now a library in place, custom cabinetry and marble countertops in the kitchen, and a beautiful garden designed by Sheila Wertimer. Owning 69 Meeting is a rare opportunity to be part of Charleston history for years to come.



Information from George Woolston of The Charleston Mercury.

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