Chesnut Cottage B&B in Columbia, SC (Active)
The Chesnut Cottage Bed and Breakfast
For nearly forty years, the Cottage has flourished as an inn for travelers visiting South Carolina’s capital. Today, The Chesnut Cottage Bed and Breakfast offers 5 rooms, each with its own unique character and history, and an additional personal owner’s suite. As one of Columbia’s “best-kept secrets,” you’ll be able to take a step back in time and experience the same enchanting space that Mary Boykin Chesnut and her husband, General James Chesnut, called home for years.
Modern Historical Elegance
Significant Antebellum Home that is currently a successful 5-bedroom Bed & Breakfast that is ideally located in the Historic Distict of Downtown Columbia, South Carolina. Ideal as a Small Life Style Bed & Breakfast Inn or as a large 7-bedroom single family ”Estate Home”. Walking distance to Restaurants and the University of South Carolina housing.
Arrive Down Town Historic District Columbia, South Carolina. From Main Street intersects with Hampton Street. Then take Hampton Street to 1718 Hampton Street. The Home will be located on your right. The House is located at 1718 Hampton Street look for the Sign for the Chesnut Cottage.
- MLS: #176471 (click to see many more images and the full listing information)
- Category: Commercial/Industrial
- Status: Active
- List Price: $950,000
- Address: 1718 Hampton Street, Columbia, SC 29201
Sub-Type: Commercial Major Area: Adjacent Counties Minor Area: Other Adj Co. Unit/Apt/Bldg #: County: Richland Total # Units: 1 Year Built: 1850 Location: Other Sale/Rent: For Sale Handicap: No Sign: No Waterfront: No SqFt Imp: 4518 Apx. Acres: 0.33 Lot Sqft: 14,375 Parking Space #: 8
Welcome to The Chesnut Cottage
Built-in the 1850’s, the Chesnut Cottage was home to Mary Boykin Chesnut and her husband, General James Chesnut. Mrs. Chesnut, a woman of wit and high intelligence, knew intimately the leading men and women of her day. She herself was a daughter of one of the finest families of the South and her husband was before the war a United State Senator.
While the façade of Columbia has changed drastically since the 1850s, the Chesnut Cottage still stands strong on Hampton Street and invites guests of all ages to enjoy.
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