Take a Look Inside One of Charleston’s Iconic Rainbow Row Homes

The property at 93 E. Bay St. is currently on the market for $2.4 million.

Downtown Charleston has incredible historic homes at every corner, but arguably its most famous stretch of addresses is the iconic Rainbow Row. Right now, the rare opportunity to own one of those 13 pastel-colored townhomes could be yours, for a cool $2.395 million. 93 East Bay Street, also known as the James Cook House, is currently on the market, listed by Pam Harrington Exclusives. Built in the 1780s, the historic property has been beautifully maintained and restored to showcase some of its oldest features, like interior brick walls and wooden ceiling beams, while also modernizing the space for 21st-century comfort. Scroll through the photos below to take a tour of this amazing four-story property.


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