Historically known as part of the James Hamilton Company Building and serving as a warehouse for cotton along Charleston's oldest surviving wharf, 16 South Adger's Wharf is a reminder of the resilience of this historic community. Originally built in 1801 and recently renovated and reconfigured in 2005 from top to bottom by Coco Construction, this elegantly renovated brick home combines true historic touches coupled with modern technologies and conveniences throughout to create the ultimate retreat for those who value the exceptional. Stroll down one of Charleston's most romantic cobblestone streets and enter your private gated courtyard to your exquisite masonry home, South of Broad. Tasteful, well-appointed finishes, a grand main staircase, French white oak floors with milled inlays, crystal chandeliers and a soaring light-filled atrium define this beautiful estate. Custom milled walnut cabinetry can be found in the formal dining room. A well designed kitchen provides top tier appliances, stone counters, a wine cooler and custom cabinets. 3 full bedrooms and 3 ensuite baths can be found on the 2nd floor. The large master bedroom located on the south side of the home, has automatic shades providing privacy at your finger tips. Also adjacent to the master is a sun filled sitting room with a fireplace which can be used as an upstairs office. The 3rd story of the home is a "art deco" Hollywood style media room with a big screen tv, plenty of seating for friends and family, a bar and kitchenette area and a powder room. Just off the media room is a fabulous roof top deck with views of the Charleston Harbor. Outside there a beautiful walled courtyard with a pool, garage and off-street parking. If you are looking for a unique, sophisticated property in downtown Charleston with modern amenities and charm- don't miss seeing this home!