One of Charleston’s oldest and most distinguished homes, the completely renovated Thomas Lamboll House is a two-time Carolopolis Award winner (1967 and 2020). Master architect and builder Thomas Lee first constructed the home in 1739. Sweeping, three-story piazzas grace this 4 BR 4.5 BA prized, gated property on high ground with abundant off-streetparking. Southern exposure allows natural light to fill the residence, framed by two giant oak trees. Expert craftsmen have meticulously restored the fine 18th century woodwork, high ceilings, gracious living and dining rooms, original heart pine flooring, fireplaces, elevator and piazzas of the historic home. The Thomas Lamboll House features a gracious and brand new eat-in kitchen with plenty of entertaining spaceincluding La Cornue, Bosch and Sub-Zero appliances. All bedrooms feature marble en-suite baths with Kohler and Newport Brass hardware and a Penhaglion free-standing tub in the master suite. The ground floor also enjoys a new private guest suite with laundry. The historic drawing room on the second level could beconverted to a 5th bedroom. Laundry is offered on all three levels. Nearly two-thousand square feet of additional outdoor living space on the wide, triple piazzas offer rare rooftop entertaining andviews of historic Charleston. New Sheila Wertimer designed gardens beautifully frame a large spa and putting greens in a private oasis, including a three-tiered marble fountain. Abundance of storage in basement. Extensive renovation includes all new electrical, alarm system, plumbing, three HVAC units, copper roof and gutters plus additionalslate roofing and solid mahogany doors. The foundation and structure are thoroughly repointed and emboldened to enhance and preserve historicelements. Architectural features including balusters, rails, and columns are all salvaged or exactly replicated. 19 King is tucked away at quiet Lamboll street, South of Broad, just steps from the Historic Charleston Harbor and a shortwalk to shopping, antiquing and dining on the famed King Street. Come enjoy quintessential Charleston living for modern times. (19 King Street was built for noted Colonial Judge and horticulturalist Thomas and Elizabeth Lamboll).
Ashley Severance is the Managing Broker and founder of Atlantic Properties of the Lowcountry, a residential real estate company established in 2005 with a niche in Charleston’s historic and charming properties. A native of Florida and bilingual, Ashley graduated from Furman University with a double major in Business Administration and Spanish and also played Division I tennis.
Prior to working in real estate, Ashley enjoyed a nine-year career with Eli Lilly and Company where she received numerous top national sales and marketing awards and advanced as the youngest district sales manager in the history of the company. Having lived in Madrid, Boston, New York, and spending much time in European cities, Ashley developed an appreciation of historic properties and beautiful real estate. This interest evolved from a hobby to a profession. She delights in understanding her clients’ needs and truly enjoys the hunt to find each client the perfect home.
Ashley and her husband, Matt, have four children and reside on Daniel Island. Prior to the move to Daniel Island, she and her husband bought and restored a house on Legare Street built in 1870, where they lived for ten years. She and her husband are very involved in the community. Ashley served on the Children’s Museum board for two years, the Roper St. Francis Gala Committee for ten years, the Historic Charleston Foundation and Preservation Society Tour of Homes for five years, and continues to serve on the City of Charleston Recreation Commission. She has helped with multiple committees at St. Michael’s Church and others within the Charleston community.
Like many of her real estate clients, she enjoys spending time outdoors, appreciating the beautiful Lowcountry. She especially likes running, reading, entertaining, and being with her family and friends.