Thomas Elfe House, Charleston

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#37 of 38 in Historic Sites in Charleston
Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Thomas Elfe house is a property located in Charleston’s French Quarter at 54 Queen Street in Charleston, South Carolina. It was at one time owned by the well known colonial period furniture craftsman Thomas Elfe, whence its name. The eighteenth century house has been completely restored.

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  • This is a privately owned home that has been lovingly preserved and decorated to show the home as it might have been during the colonial years. It's on the market, and who knows if the new owners...  more »
  • This home (not a museum) takes you back in time. If you like antiques, you will love this place. The gentleman who owns the house and lives there gives the tour himself. He was very nice and we...  more »

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