Type: Single Family Detached
Listing ID: 19005931
PRICE ADJUSTED BY $50,000!!! This unique property South of Broad, from late 1800s has three units with amazing potential: 1 Council street w/condo upstairs, the store in the corner and the perfect office space on 163 1/2 Tradd street. The downstairs/corner of the 1 Council street used to be a grocery store in the past and it's a great space to work with. The condo has a layout that can potentially accommodate a nice 3 bedrooms/3bathrooms condo, although currently has a 4 beds/1bath.The new updated city draining system in undergo. Location is amazing, on a quiet street in the heart of downtown Charleston, South of Broad neighborhood, within a short walk from King Street shopping and restaurants, walking to the Battery, Colonial Lake, Moultrie Playground and tennis courts, dog park etc.
South of Broad
51 - Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown
Handicapped Equipped,Ceiling - Smooth
WATER / SEWER
Public Sewer,Public Water
LOT SIZE IN ACRES
Corner,Level,0 - .5 Acre
MISCELLANEOUS EXTERIOR FEATURES
Fence - Partial
JR HIGH SCHOOL
Single Family Detached
SINGLE FAMILY DETACHED STYLE
Listing information last updated: Sun Dec 20 2020 15:49:59 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
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