It all started in the 1920s as a schoolhouse – the first graded school on Sullivan’s Island, that is. Fast forward to the 1950s, when a church purchased the school and added to the building. And by the late By Helen Harris 1970s, this versatile building had been transformed into one- and two-bedroom apartments.
What will you find today at this historic landmark in the heart of Sullivan’s Island? Sullivan’s House: four condos, all generously sized at approximately 2,500 square feet each, epitomizing coastal casual modern-day luxury while also paying homage to the past by preserving the historical integrity of the building.
Preserving history while restoring the structure was at the forefront of everyone’s mind, as Laura Middleton recalled: “We were able to maintain much of the historic fabric of the original buildings. The historic porches, columns, louvers, brick foundation and last remaining brick chimney are being refurbished. Original bead board ceilings and hardwood flooring remain on sections of the interior.”
Source: Sullivan’s Island Magazine