For the telecommunications entrepreneur, being a record spender in Charleston wasn’t good enough. She also wanted to be a record seller.

American Broadband co-founder Jane Eudy lists her penthouse at 18 Broad Street, South Carolina, for $14.5 million, WSJ ReportIf Eudy can fetch that price, it would be the most expensive home sale in the city’s history, according to the listing agent.

Located on the top floor of the People’s Building in the French Quarter, the unit is 8,400 square feet with three bedrooms. There are dozens of arched windows, two fireplaces, two kitchens and a billiards room. The master bedroom suite also has its own dog wash room, wet bar and study with fireplace.

The unit also has a rooftop terrace with views of some of the city’s most famous sights. The owner of the unit gets three parking spaces on the property, which includes an office on the lower floor.

Eudy leased the building before buying the penthouse in 2020 for $12 million, a city record at the time. It has since been eclipsed by $13.5 million in single-family home sales in 2021.

Bonnie Geer of William Means Real Estate have a list.

Eudy is a co-founder of American Broadband, an Internet and telecommunications service provider. She sold it in 2021, when she lived in the penthouse with her two children and a dog. Eudy is downsizing and plans to live in one of her other homes in the area.

With Eudy aiming for a record, it’s no surprise that listings are well ahead of the city’s median home sales. In downtown Charleston, the median sales price for condos and townhomes was $865,000 in March, up 31.1% from a year earlier, according to the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors.

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