Hampton House at 116 Grove Street is located in the heart of downtown Charleston's most vibrant neighborhood.
Hampton Park and the blossoming art and culinary scene has made this area the neighborhood of choice for many in our local creative and tech communities.
Reflecting this, the phrase Home is Art captures the soul of this singular architectural offering.
Designed by renowned local architect Kevan Hoertdoerfer, this internationally recognized contemporary home offers unobstructed views of adjacent Hampton Park through expansive floor to ceiling walls of glass.
The architect visualized and delivered an open and light filled floor plan that reflects and encourages creativity in all form and function. This home re-imagines the Charleston home experience via space and livability.
Hampton House was recently highlighted in Dwell magazine and The Post and Courrier as a stunning collaboration of Charleston's art + design community. Local artisans played a key role in creating the one-of-a-kind design elements featured throughout the home and gardens.
The surrounding neighborhood will also appeal to those who appreciate the ever evolving mix of highly acclaimed restaurants, art galleries, wine bars and local watering holes...all within strolling distance. Whether it's the James Beard award winning Rodney Scott's or the fresh wholesome goodness of Huriyali market + cafe or the authentic Northern Italian cuisine of Melfi's...the best of Charleston's food scene is just out the door.
Special note: Hampton House is a founding sponsor of the Redux Contemporary Art Center's "Home is Art" community outreach program. Students from the local James Simons School were awarded scholarships to attend design sessions at Redux that exposed budding architects to the works of Frank Gehry, I.M. Pei, Rem Koolhaas, Renzo Piano, and more.