Offered at: $795,000 Bedrooms: 1 Bathrooms: 1
Half Baths: 1 Square Feet: 1294 Acres: N/A


Listing Agent: REALTOR® Saida Russell, CIAS

Phone: 843.478.9391

Email: [email protected]

MLS Listing with additional photos

Exceptional 2-story penthouse condo with beautiful terrace in the Crafts House. Perfectly located just a block from Broad Street and 2 blocks from King Street in downtown Charleston’s Harleston Village, it’s only a few minutes’ walk to world class restaurants, King Street shopping, art galleries, and museums.

This home’s design incorporates many original architectural features of the historic building and provides a light-filled, modern, and sophisticated living space for relaxing or entertaining. The living room features 19th century heart pine wood floors and soaring open-beamed ceilings. Massive windows pour natural sunlight into the bright, open space. It flows into a  columned dining area with a wall of built-in cabinets.

67 Legare Street 403, Crafts House balcony viewThe renovated kitchen has an electric cooktop, deep sink, and Bosch refrigerator and dishwasher. A sophisticated half bath is tucked down the hall. Two sets of French doors open onto a spacious tiled terrace which offers privacy and rooftop views of the city. Enjoy the Gothic Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in the foreground and St. Michael’s Church steeple in the distance. Evening views are absolutely magical!

The master bedroom includes a skylight and large walk-in closet. The chic, stylish bath features a floating vanity, walk-in shower with dual shower heads, and beautiful custom tile work. A gracefully curved wall and decorative iron railings define a loft sitting area with space for a home office, and a laundry and storage closet.

67 Legare Street 403 comes with use of the lovely landscaped Crafts House garden. This park-like setting provides an outdoor dining area and gas grill. Two deeded parking spaces are in a gated parking lot. The current owners spent over $100,000 in updates, making this condo shine.


**Learn more about the history of the 1881 Crafts School, which was converted to condos in 1984, in the DHM Blog.

Crafts House 403 floor plan


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