|Offered at: $500,000||Bedrooms: 2||Bathrooms: 1|
|Half Baths: 1||Square Feet: 872||Acres: N/A|
Listing Agent: REALTOR® Douglas Berlinsky
Email: [email protected]
MLS Listing with additional photos
Sunny 2-story South of Broad condo for sale. Located in a historic home close the Charleston Battery, White Point Garden and Charleston Harbor. Unit G is situated in the back of the nicely-landscaped property, providing privacy. It is entered from either of 2 exterior doors, one of which is near a tree-topped courtyard patio which provides outdoor living space. Screen doors allow you to let the fresh air in and take advantage of a cross breeze. The unit also comes with a private off-street parking space.
Downstairs consists of an open concept living room that features pine hardwood floors and a nonworking fireplace for architectural detail. The updated tiled kitchen sports an attractive glass tile backsplash and a breakfast bar, plus a small dining area. The half bath includes space for stacked washer and dryer combo. High ceilings and tall windows let in plentiful sunlight.
Upstairs, the master bedroom fits a king bed and has ample closet space. There is also a second room (without a closet) that can be used as a small guest bedroom or office space. Both rooms connect to a third room (which could be used as an office, closet or changing room) via pocket doors. This leads to the full bath which includes a separate vanity area and shower with nice accent tile. These rooms feature substantial base and crown moldings.
This South of Broad condo is part of the Colonial Revival house built by Benjamin Huger Rutledge c. 1899. Rutledge (1861-1925) was a graduate of the Virginia Military Academy and Yale University. A lawyer by profession, he also served as a long-time state legislator. Rutledge is buried in Charleston at Magnolia Cemetery.