(Virtual Tour Avail.) Charming, well-kept and full of historic character in the center of everything Charleston has to offer. This side-hall Charleston single house's street-facing piazza has room for a swing, table and chairs and joggling board from which to greet your new neighbors over the course of our temperate autumn evenings. The front door opens into a freshly painted interior starting with the foyer stair hall, which leads into a circulating floor plan perfect for living and entertaining. Antique wide-plank Southern pine floors, arched passageways between the hall and large living and dining rooms plus ten-foot ceilings all contribute to a sense of openness. The kitchen and breakfast nook overlook the sun-dappled, cobblestoned garden, while a powder room and laundry complete thefirst floor. The four bedrooms and two full baths are upstairs, including the master bedroom and bath with its standalone shower and deep soaking tub.
The private garden courtyard behind the home can be accessed through the back door from the kitchen's breakfast nook or through the gated driveway, which is perfect for parking small to mid-sized cars, bicycles and golf carts.
Regarding transportation, there are a lot of places you can quickly and easily get to from this central location, with more coming by the day. Just four blocks to MUSC, The Citadel, Hampton Park, Brittlebank Park and "The Joe" Riley Baseball Stadium (home of the RiverDogs) both on the Ashley River, and downtown's newest live/work neighborhood, WestEdge - which already features medical and tech office hubs, the relocated Harbour Club, Publix grocery, shops, restaurants, spa and more. Four blocks in the other direction are the boutiques, restaurants and nightlife of upper King. CofC is just ten blocks to the southeast, with the entire historic district awaiting beyond.
You'll also find this location incredibly convenient to leaving the peninsula via I-26, the J.I. Connector, or the Crosstown leading to West Ashley, Mount Pleasant and on to the area's beautiful beaches and other attractions that make living here a permanent vacation. But with everything that's so close to your new home, how often will you really ever want or need to leave?