Built in 1800 by Theodore Gaillard, a successful businessman, this house is a 10,000 square feet, with five bedrooms, five baths and two half-baths. It also has a 3,000 square foot kitchen house, a 2,000 square foot carriage house, as well as a pool house, pool, tack house, and multiple garages. Set on one and one quarter acres and surrounded by a stuccoed privacy wall, it is one of Charleston’s most elaborately embellished Federal mansions. The main house is a two and one half stories, with a front porch and two side decorative porches, each with a pagoda roof. The pool and gazebo overlook the home’s garden, one of the largest in the city.