A very rare opportunity to own one of the most picturesque and "asked about" properties South of Broad. According to Jon Poston's book, "The Buildings of Charleston", this three story structure was built by William Vanderhorst for his son James around 1770. Most recently, in 1927, the artist Alfred Hutty purchased the property for his home and studio, creating the unusually large garden to the west. Hutty's work largely represents Charleston's Renaissance of the 1920's and 30's. Quoted when he discovered the charm of Charleston in 1919, he telegraphed his wife to say, "Come quickly, have found heaven."