Offered at: $1,200,000 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Half Baths: 1 Square Feet: 1905 Acres: N/A


Beautiful condominium in the main building of historic 3 Chisolm Street, located South of Broad in downtown Charleston, SC. The striking large-scale windows and 14’ ceilings of the former Murray Vocational School are combined with traditional architectural details to create a stunning home. Condo 206 is a very private corner unit; three walls do not adjoin other units. Abundant sunlight pours in to the living room, which faces east with a view of the Horse Lot park, and the north-facing dining room.

The focal point of the living room is a custom-built wall of bookcases with Palladian-inspired arches and storage cabinets that flank a slate fireplace with Peterson remote-controlled gas logs. A matching custom 3-section breakfront with open and concealed storage occupies the wall opposite the windows. All living areas have hardwood floors. Plantation shutters adorn every window. The dining room has a built-in bar nook and formal brass chandelier that conveys.

3 Chisolm Street, Condominium 206 kitchenThe kitchen features granite countertops, a gas cooktop and inlaid wood floors. The bedrooms and hallways have ample storage with closets custom-fitted by California Closets. A new Trane gas furnace and Rinnai tankless water heater were just installed in March 2016. The property includes two deeded parking spaces, one covered under the building and one in the north parking lot.

Tucked away South of Broad, 3 Chisolm Street is far enough from the bustling part of the city for easy living, yet close enough for access by foot or bicycle to everything Charleston has to offer. Walk your dog or play sports right across the street in the “Horse Lot” park. A short walk or bike ride will take you to the Battery, Colonial Lake and Moultrie Park’s tennis courts, baseball field and playground. You’re also in close proximity to hospitals, the College of Charleston, The Citadel, MUSC, Charleston School of Law, the City Marina and numerous shops and restaurants.

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