Isle Of Palms
Where: Charleston, South Carolina
Charming freedman's cottage located in the heart of Downtown Charleston. Home was taken down to the studs in early 2018 including new HVAC, plumbing, and electrical. Wood floors all refinished and the eat-in kitchen was relocated from the back of the home to a central location with new cabinets, counters and appliances. You will love the cozy feel of the living area with plenty of natural light. Enjoy being minutes from shopping, restaurants, and Hampton park. Home is 2 doors off King St and would make a great first home or a rental property for investors. You also have off-street parking, and a cute fenced yard! Don't miss out on this brand new 1920's home!
Where: Isle Of Palms, South Carolina
One of the most incredible and sought after homes on 'Millionaire's Row'. 300 Ocean Blvd. has been meticulously cared for. One's breath is taken away as you enter the magnificent 24' tall entry foyer with stunning 3'' thick Brazilian Cherry open tread curved stairwell with a barreled mahogany ceiling. Grand foyer from the front of home to the rear on both level, each with open cherry treads. Gourmet kitchen with curved island, Wolf gas range, dual convection ovens, Sub-Zero refrigerators, double dishwashers, granite counter tops, coffered ceilings, wainscoting in most areas, 8' tall mahogany doors, elevator, 13' 300 gallon exotic fish tank with separate emergency generator backup, elevated swimming pool, outdoor kitchen, roof top deck, copper roof, are some of the many amenities, lush yard
This solid brick Colonial Revival double house on the Battery at 46 Murray Blvd. is known as the Dr. Robert Barnwell Rhett House. Situated on two lots in Charleston's premier South of Broad residential neighborhood, it boasts sweeping views of the Ashley River and some of the loveliest gardens on Murray Blvd. Completed in 1928, it incorporates 1830s woodwork secured from the Holmes Mansion at 19 East Battery, before that home was demolished. Notable exterior details include a columned demilune portico accessed by sweeping twin staircases and topped with a balustrade, fan lights both above the front door and in the pediment, 12-over-12 windows, and double side piazzas. The house is separated from the street by a brick and iron fence which features iron work by Philip Simmons.
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