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Revival Street Collection 

Located within the iconic and historic Cannonborough neighborhood, The Revival Street Collection includes 4 gorgeous historic homes within one to two blocks from each other. The best part is that most of the homes have large balconies and outdoor terrace areas for lounging and spending time with friends and family!

These Charleston homes are styled to perfection and are deeply rooted in Charleston's history (see more below). Across the 4 homes, this collection is capable of comfortable sleeping 57 individuals across its 9 bespoke apartments and includes 29 bedrooms, 10 living rooms, 10 fully equipped kitchens and 10 free off-street parking spots.


Cater to all of of your parties needs 

With its friendly neighbors, cozy restaurants, and tree-lined streets, The Preserve Collection will immerse you in Charleston’s classic charm!


These homes are next door to Cannon Green. Popular dining spots in the neighborhood include The Tippling House Wine Bar, The Ordinary, Xiao Bao Biscuit, Fuel, Bistronomy, Malagon, R Kitchen, Chubby Fish, Pink Cactus, Chasing Sage, Elliotborough Minibar and the Warehouse for drinks. Explore to streets of Charleston at your own leisure - your options are limitless! 


Our guests and neighbors also rave about Brown's Court Bakery and Sugar Bakery located nearby. We recommend going to Babas for a cup of locally-roasted coffee and their delicious cookies and cakes! The collection is only a short walk from the very popular King Street where you will find a multitude of great shops – including antique shops and fashion boutiques – as well as an endless list of buzzing restaurants. Publix is conveniently located nearby on Lockwood Drive as well. The neon green markers on the map below represent the location of each of the homes for your reference! 

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Discover Delight 

The properties included in The Revival Street Collection offer the perfect combination of simplicity and historic style.


Each apartment comes with fully stocked amenities in all the bathrooms and kitchens. Each bespoke apartment come with free local coffee, free high speed internet,  4k TVs, all white cotton linen sheets, washer/dryer, hairdryer and iron and ironing board for your convenience! 


Additional Concierge services are available such as booking a private chef, pre-stocking your groceries, and assistance with booking a massage or local activities in Downtown Charleston. 


Rooted in History

This property was the Gadsden Funeral Home from 1902 to 2005. Hence the names, Angeline and Duncan after the family, and Parlor and Revival from the use. The Gadsden Funeral Home was founded in 1902 as the Eugene Gadsden Company serving as one of the first funeral homes for African Americans in Charleston. The founder, Eugene Gadsden (1866-1928), was born in 1866 to July and Maud Gadsden and later married Angeline Gadsden. The union produced no biological children, however they adopted their only son Eugene Duncan (1905-1964) who would assume the family business upon his father’s death in 1928. Duncan, an alumnus of Voorhees Technical Institute and Renouard Training School for Embalmers, officially incorporated the business as the Gadsden Funeral Home in 1930 along with his wife Vivian Austin Duncan. The Gadsden Funeral Home was operated and passed down through the family for over a century until it closed in 2005. The Gadsden Funeral Home Papers consist of three series documenting the history of the Gadsden/Duncan family, the Gadsden Funeral Home, and numerous affiliations.


The bulk of the collection consists of records associated with the Gadsden Funeral Home, which detail the deceased, customers, funeral expenses, licenses and certificates. The collection is also comprised of detailed family history, organizational pamphlets and brochures, and a host of photographic material for you reference!


For more information about each property in this collection, please click the PDF file below! 

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