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left_bottom.gif (43893 bytes)   home to The Jacobson Building, located on prestigious Broad Street, in the heart of the Charleston Historic District. Our 200+ year old downtown home is privately owned and operated, ensuring our guests the most comfortable accommodations and the very best value. Our home provides the utmost experience for parties of 2 to 14.

The Jacobson House still contains the original 200+ year old fireplace with gas logs, bead board walls, and 14 foot ceilings.

Our condos are completely renovated, with gleaming heart pine flooring, high ceilings, 6 foot windows, modern kitchens and brand new tile baths. Central heat and air and original fireplaces, with gas logs, complement our offerings and enhance your Charleston visit.

Elegant Third Floor 1 Bedroom Apartment for 2: $3500/week.

Park in one of the nearby city garages and enjoy the comfort of The Jacobson Building. Historic Charleston can be explored by horse drawn carriage, tour bus, boat or on foot. If you plan to fly into Charleston, we suggest a cab ride to The Jacobson Building, because once here, you absolutely will not need an automobile.

Special features of this property: TV/VCR, Microwave, Refrigerator, Laundry Room (Linens Provided). Complimentary Coffee and Tea.

What to do! Art Galleries, Fine Dining, Carriage Rides, Ghost Tours, Historic Home and Garden Tours, Church Tours, Biking, Museums, Shopping, S.C. Aquarium, I-Max Theatre, Charleston Battery, Waterfront Park, Famous Charleston Market.


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Jacobson Building is located in the heart of historic Charleston.

Waterfront Park, The Battery and Market Street are within a few short blocks of The Jacobson Building. We are in close walking distance to Charleston's famous Edmondston-Alston House, the Heyward-Washington House, the Calhoun Mansion and countless other Charleston attractions. One-half block away is Church Street, home of St. Philip's Church, known as the "lighthouse church," because its steeple light helped direct ships in the Charleston Harbor.

King Street, a plethora of the finest retail shops, is 2 blocks away. Also within strolling distance are several Ghost Tours and Charleston's famous Market Street, where vendors have sold their wares for nearly 200 years, including the renowned "basket ladies." Charleston's finest eateries are all within a few minutes' walk from your front door.

rainbow_row.gif (8041 bytes)Rainbow Row
This row of brightly-colored houses was built in the 18th century and reflects Charleston's early ties to the Caribbean.

Just around the corner from The Jacobson Building!

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