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56 BULL STREET-The Denmark Vesey House. This house provides the unique opportunity to experience a significant piece of Charleston history. Denmark Vesey was a black abolitionist and one of the founders of the Mother Emanuel AME church. This antebellum home is a category one historical site and it is a registered National Historic Landmark. Completely renovated and restored this year, the historical integrity of this home was impeccably maintained while offering all of the modern amenities one would want during their stay. Rent this three bedroom, two bathroom home if you want to experience Charleston like a true local! Situated in the charming Harleston Village, you are within walking distance to all that Downtown Charleston has to offer.
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