Jacob Rabb House is a private 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home in the exclusive Ansonborough area of Historic Downtown Charleston.  

                "The finest surviving house of the fire of 1861 is 46 Pinckney Street, built in 1851 by Jacob Rabb after he purchased the lot from the neighboring Methodist Episcopal Church. After removing an old engine house from the site, he seems to have constructed the present building, a typical brick single house with a pilastered brick gable end and slate roof. As one of the only antebellum brick dwellings surviving on the street, the Rabb House stands out from the neighboring industrial structures and simple wooden dwellings constructed after the Civil War." -- Historic Charleston Foundation Archives

Free Wifi

Private Garden

3 Parking Spaces


                Jacob Rabb House is located at 46 Pinckney Street in downtown Charleston, South Carolina.  It is near Church Street and just one block off the famous Market Street. 


                Our ideal location enables you to enjoy every aspect of Charleston's Historic District.  Step right out your front piazza door and this grand City is yours.