|Offered at: $599,000||Bedrooms: 1||Bathrooms: 1|
|Half Baths: 0||Square Feet: 985||Acres: N/A|
Listing Agent: REALTOR® Caroline Ragsdale, ABR, ePro, CNE, CIAS
Email: [email protected]
MLS Listing with additional photos
286 Meeting Street is the grand brick home known as the Noyer-Wildhagen House. The impressive example of Federal architecture was built in 1807 and converted to condos in 1985. This stately home seamlessly blends historic architectural details with modern conveniences. One bedroom, one bathroom Unit C is located on the third floor of the main house.
Enter the bright entry hall via the third floor piazza, ascending past a magnificent magnolia taller than the edifice itself. A privacy screen fronts Meeting Street, so you may enjoy the outdoor living space. To the left is a large great room with wide heart pine hardwood floors and soaring high ceilings. Stunningly detailed original architectural molding surrounds the symmetrical windows, faux doors, and bookshelf. A large fireplace further adds to the elegance of the room. The galley kitchen provides plenty of counter and cabinet space. The bright bedroom also features high ceilings. A full bath opens to the bedroom or to the hall. A walk-in closet with laundry room adjoins the bedroom. An off-street parking spot is included.
The home’s superb location on the west boundary of Ansonborough is right in the center of downtown Charleston. Marion Square and its weekend farmers market, the Gaillard Center for the performing arts, the College of Charleston, King Street dining and shopping, The Charleston Museum and the South Carolina Aquarium are all within a short walk. Experience the convenience, pleasure and culture of living in historic downtown Charleston at 286 Meeting Street.
Note that Unit A (2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2115 sq.ft.) in the same building is also for sale. The 2 units can be recombined.