|Offered at: $595,000||Bedrooms: 3||Bathrooms: 2|
|Half Baths: 1||Square Feet: 1450||Acres: N/A|
Listing Agent: Broker Brown Hamrick
Email: [email protected]
MLS Listing with additional photos
Move-in ready, modern and sophisticated downtown townhouse reminiscent of a Charleston single house in Radcliffeborough. A private entrance off Morris Street opens to a rarity in downtown Charleston homes: a 2-car garage. A tiled mudroom with closet leads upstairs to the main living spaces of the residence. Natural light floods from abundant windows on all sides of the house. Beautiful light oak hardwood floors permeate every room. An open living room and kitchen with eat-in area and breakfast bar comprise the main floor. Black granite countertops, a chic metallic subway tile backsplash, and pendant lights and sconces create a sophisticated, neutral kitchen. Stainless appliances include a GE French door bottom freezer refrigerator and Jenn-Air range on an island.
French doors in the living room open to a porch just big enough for a grill and bistro set to enjoy outdoor cooking and eating. The flat screen wall-mounted television in the living room conveys. A half bath with vessel sink and curved stair landing complete the main floor.
A beautiful hardwood open staircase leads to the upper levels of the home. The second floor includes 2 bedrooms and a full bath. The back bedroom has double doors opening to the stair hall and French doors leading to its own porch. Plantation shutters and privacy blinds convey. A stackable washer and dryer laundry hall finishes this level.
The top floor comprises a master suite with full bath. A wall of windows leads to a large rooftop deck overlooking the entire neighborhood with views of the Ravenel Bridge and downtown Charleston. All rooms have windows on 2 sides for lots of natural light. The 3-story open stair hall does as well. Modern, neutral paint colors complement any décor.
Radcliffeborough is convenient to the College of Charleston, MUSC, and Ashley Hall. Simonton Park is a short walk away. Restaurants of Upper King Street and Cannonborough-Elliotborough are all within a few blocks of 49A Morris Street.