36 Meeting Street
Built in 1743 this Charleston Single house was home to Colonial leaders, heroes of the Revolutionary War and notable Charlestonians. One of Charleston's earliest single houses, the house retains its original woodwork including a rare Thomas Elfe mantel peice, Rumsford fire places heart pine floors, brick carriage house and Kitchen building and private garden.
Listed at $2,495,000.00. SOLD.
1709 East Ashley Avenue
Beachfront property with ocean views, open concept living/dining area, four bedrooms, two bathrooms, large porch area. Raw attic space can be transformed into master bedroom suite. Great for family getaways and rentals. Abundant parking, Located near the Lighthouse Inlet Heritage Preserve. Sold furnished.
Listed at $749,000.00. SOLD.
Historic King Street
This well-located brick building has served retail busisness since it was built circa 1820. The current tenants include a restaurant with courtyard, and six office and studio spaces.
The building contains approximately 5,750 square feet with a strong cash flow.
Listed at $2,275,000.00. SOLD.
Top floor office/studio/ residential condo overlooking Charleston roof tops and Church steeples6
With high cielings, heart pine floors and privacy, and north light, this unit makes a great artist studio or pied-a-terre.
Listed at $310,000.00. SOLD.