A historic Charleston mansion that survived over 200 years of wars, earthquakes, and hurricanes is on the market for nearly $10 million. Take a look inside.

This historic pink mansion is located at 69 Church St. in Charleston, South Carolina. Courtesy Maison Real Estate
On the market is a pre-Revolutionary War home in Charleston, South Carolina, over 8,000 square feet, valued at nearly $ 10 million.
The mansion, built in the mid-18th century, is located on Church Street, which the New York Post named one of the "most picturesque streets" in town.
The seven bedroom mansion has 15 fireplaces, a ballroom, and even a secret garden.
Take a look inside the historic home currently listed on Maison Real Estate for $ 9.5 million.
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The mansion on Church Street on south Broad in historic Charleston is on the market for nearly $ 10 million.
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There is a pool on the property. Courtesy Maison Real Estate
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The home has ceilings in excess of 11 feet on all three floors.
The house is hallway on the ground floor. Courtesy Maison Real Estate
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A ballroom and drawing room are located on the second floor of the mansion.
The villa's ballroom has wooden floors. Courtesy Maison Real Estate
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The house, built in 1745, has a total of 15 chimneys and a cypress-paneled library.
The library in the estate. Courtesy Maison Real Estate
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The current owners bought the house in 1998 and extensively renovated it as it currently looks.
A rear entrance to the historic mansion. Courtesy Maison Real Estate
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Before that, Anthony and Jessica Cecil bought the house in 1969 and ran a bed and breakfast.
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The listing states that the house was "badly damaged" during the Civil War. Eliza Middleton Huger Smith bought and restored the house in 1869.
The front door of the house. Courtesy Maison Real Estate
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The villa is said to have once housed Colonel Jacob Motte, who was treasurer of the South Carolina colony for nearly three decades.
Plaques on the outside of the house. Courtesy Maison Real Estate
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The listing features an authentic Georgian style in its interior design.
A living room in the house. Courtesy Maison Real Estate
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According to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Georgian design is partly characterized by symmetry and classic details such as arches and columns.
A dining room seats five people. Courtesy Maison Real Estate
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This is represented in the house's chimney moldings, woodworking details on the library walls and stairwells.
A fireplace in the historic villa. Courtesy Maison Real Estate
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This is the entrance to the kitchen building which is connected to the main house.
The kitchen is connected to the rest of the house. Courtesy Maison Real Estate
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The kitchen has a large island and windows overlooking the property's lush gardens.
The kitchen in the Charleston mansion. Courtesy Maison Real Estate
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The building where the kitchen is located also has a family room, two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
One bedroom in the house is decorated in green. Courtesy Maison Real Estate
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Each bedroom in the house has its own bathroom. This is a rare feature in historic homes as listed.
The master bedroom of the villa. Courtesy Maison Real Estate
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Outside there are five garden rooms with high brick walls for ...
One of the manor's gardens. Courtesy Maison Real Estate
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... and a secret garden with a hidden entrance.
A garden path in front of the house. Courtesy Maison Real Estate
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Large heirloom bushes wall some parts of the garden.
A walled garden on the property. Courtesy Maison Real Estate
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There is a pool bath in one of the original privileges.
A garden on the property. Courtesy Maison Real Estate
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Another garden is equipped with a pool. Listing says it is one of the first pools ever made in downtown Charleston.
The mansion's pool is surrounded by lush greenery. Courtesy Maison Real Estate
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