|Thomas St., Charleston, SC|
Listed as valuable in ''This Is Charleston'' and also noted as one of the 70 properties that defined the Historic District when it was defined in the 1960s, The Samuel S. Mills House was built by a Massachusetts ship captain as a New England double house in 1839. This home sits high on a large corner lot in one of Charleston's most sought after historic neighborhoods. Grand scale rooms on both floors feature high ceilings, large windows, wide doorways and beautiful wooden floors.
|Renovation in progress|