CSOL Designer Showhouse to characteristic a Victorian jewel south of Broad Street
Not all of Charleston’s grand houses have been built earlier than the Civil War. Those with doubts would possibly recollect journeying this 12 months’ Symphony Designer Showhouse. It’s an elegant 1903 high-fashion Queen Anne Victorian at 16 Rutledge Ave., just south of Colonial Lake. Its three stages renovated by local interior designers will open to the general public on March 27. Advance tickets could be available online at www.Csolinc.Org for $20 each until March 26. Tickets on the door are $25. All proceeds benefit the Charleston Symphony, along with CSOL Music Scholarships.
The house close to Colonial Lake was changed into constructed by Charleston Mayor Wilson G. Harvey, later lieutenant governor and governor of South Carolina. Harvey lived next door, and he is one in every of only three households to personal the residence, which has stored its complicated outdoors and indoors ornament. Kitty Reid, CSOL president, stated the showhouse “welcomes hundreds of visitors to Charleston every yr. We’re so happy to be a part of impacting our city and all it has to provide to the arena.” A rite will be held at 6 p.M. Wednesday, observed with the aid of a preview birthday celebration. The showhouse will remain open from 10 a.M. To four p.M. Mondays thru Saturdays and 1-four p.M. Sundays through April 28.
Children 10 and older are admitted with a price tag when followed via an adult.
This yr’s indoors designers include Audrey Wood, Creekside Interiors; Terri 1st earl Baldwin of Bewdley, TCB Design Interiors; Allyson Kirkpatrick-Clark, Allyson K Designs; Phillips, Latitude Design Group LLC; Sandy Ericksen, Sandra Ericksen Design; Terry Stephenson, Juxtaposition Home & Garden; Shannon Bogan, S Bogan Designs; Heidi Huddleston, Delicious Kitchens & Interiors, LLC, Kendall Cordina, Cordina Services LLC.; Meredith Gale, Noble Lane Interiors; Cecilia Murray, Cecil Byrne Gallery; and Molly Hamrick, Molly Hamrick Interiors; Amanda Kelly and Margaret Lee Moniz, Indigo Alley Interiors; and Linda Greenberg Landscape & Design. The house is supplied by Wendy and Allen Gibson and represented through Margaret and Richard von Werssowetz of Handsome Properties.