Neighborhood: 51 - Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown
State: South Carolina
Welcome to a captivating piece of history nestled in the prestigious Historical District of Charleston. This meticulously preserved residence showcases the timeless charm and elegance of the city's rich heritage. With its harmonious blend of historic architecture and modern comforts, this property offers a rare opportunity to own a piece of Charleston's storied past. Constructed in 1842 and situated on a picturesque tree lined street of Harleston Village, this home has been lovingly cared for and maintained, honoring the character & charm of this historic property. You will be impressed with the condition and clear pride in ownership. This property offers the main house, a carriage house, white picket fence, Porch, 2 Balconies, 5 Fireplaces, and can accommodate up to 7 cars comfortably.As you enter the main house, you are greeted with Foyer, gorgeous staircase, high ceilings, original heart pine wood flooring and intricate detailing of the moulding. Step in to the Family Room with ornate Fireplace, an abundance of natural light, and French Doors. This is carried through the elegant Dining Room, with original pocket door, perfect for entertaining. The Kitchen is preserving historic character displaying the iron fireplace. There is a room behind the kitchen that may be used as a bedroom, office, or flexible space. High ceilings and French doors accentuate the historic charm of the Master suite, equipped with ensuite bath and balcony. Additional generously sized bedrooms with historic architectural elements have fireplaces and balcony access. The 2 story carriage house/guest house features 2 large bedrooms and one renovated full bath. A full kitchen with granite counters, opening up to the living space. There is a washer/dryer connection. This space had excellent rental history. It may also be used as short term rental, please check the city rules and guidelines. Convenient location to restaurants and shopping. Easy walking distance to parks, cultural events, The College of Charleston, MUSC, renowned historical sites - Colonial Lake, Marion Square, and King Street to name a few.