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The 4,689-square-foot home at 2 Concord Street is officially on the market for an astounding $17.5 million, which makes it one of the top real estate listings in downtown Charleston.
The house was converted from a Navy building and sits on a pier in Charleston Harbor. It was purchased in 2009 for $5.25 million by Blackbaud founder and Charleston Battery owner Tony Bakker and his wife, Linda. Since then, the home has undergone serious renovations. Some of the home's more notable features are:
- A yacht-size private dock that is the only single-family home dock in the Historic District
- A 1,234-square-foot guest house
- A three-car garage
- Solar panels with net metering
- Geothermal heating and cooling system
- Rainwater collection system for irrigation
Want to check out the listing yourself? Head on over to McAlister Preferred Properties' webpage.
The Post and Courier has more details about the home; check 'em out here.
Update August 29: The Post and Courier's Robert Behre has penned a piece on the architectural ingenuity and green features that have gone into downtown Charleston's priciest pad on the market.
A former Navy Office, the mansion for sale at 2 Concord Street has special features unique to the home from solar panels, two roofs, to 24 geothermal wells.
Hop on over to the piece for the details as well as some nice photos of the house.