Welcome to 108 East Johnston Street. Located on just under 1 acre in the former Pinehurst Tea Plantation now known as the neighborhood of Tea Farm. This property is incredibly rich in Charleston history from the plants in the yard, all the way down to the bricks themselves! Years ago, the tea plants from the original plantation were moved to the Wadmalaw Tea Plantation and many of the tea plants, still located on this amazing property, are the parent plants of many of their production plants today! The home was designed by William R Parham Jr. and in 1964 built by his uncle AB Youngblood, a contractor from downtown Charleston. The old Charleston bricks, used to construct the home, were salvaged from a historic home on George Street.These bricks were produced locally on plantations and sold to the townspeople. If you look closely, on the steps entering the kitchen, there is a deer hoof print embedded in one of the bricks!. A closer Look at other bricks used, you may see imprints of leaves, a raccoon paw or even a hand print!!! Unique bricks from other locations around the area were selected for use in the fireplace as well. These include 2 special bricks, one from Old Fort Dorchester on the Ashley River, and one from the Old Citadel in Downtown Charleston. The yard is full of Southern Staples from the old Magnolia trees that fill the air with the scent of blooms during the summer, to 60 year old camellia and sasanqua bushes that fill the yard with color in the winter and azaleas that give it color in the spring. Once inside, the 2124 sqft footprint of the home is prime for updates, or if you prefer retro, this house is nearly turn key! The home offers 3 large bedrooms, 2 full baths and a 1/4 bath dressing area with a sink. Original hardwood floors are in remarkably good shape for their age and run throughout the majority of the home. The full bathrooms are tiled including the en-suite master. The main living room features the impressive, aforementioned, fireplace and a set of French doors that lead to a massive screened porch overlooking the private back yard. Location wise, this property can't be beat! It's located just a mile or 2 outside of downtown Summerville, approx. 5 miles to I-26 and about 15 miles to either Boeing or Volvo!