Located at 95 Broad Street, this classically elegant Charleston townhouse was built in 1770. Meticulously renovated from the ground up in 2012 and well-known because of its iconic persimmon "lime-washed" exterior, 95 Broad represents a stylish mix of classic Charleston with modern convenience. 95 Broad is an intimate, exclusive venue with very limited access and is ideally suited to parties of 50 to 80 guests. Not for profit, and charitable events are preferred. Recent events include: Wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners, corporate dinners, Spoleto Festival USA events & after parties, and musical receptions.
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Built in 1770 by Peter Bocquet, an early Huguenot immigrant, 95 Broad was part of the first expansion of Broad Street outside of the original walled city of Charleston and is one of the oldest buildings in the city retaining its original Georgian frontage and interiors. 95 Broad is just a few yards from the "Four Corners of Law" at the intersection of Broad and Meeting streets, and St. Michaels Church.