Type: Single Family Detached
Listing ID: 20006909
Three-floor historic building in prime location in the heart of downtown Charleston's commercial, tourist, and residential area. Located on State Street at the corner of Lodge Alley, the building is currently configured for office, conference, and storage space. It can be returned to a single family home or a combination of the two. Two on-street parking passes are available.Exposed brick walls and ceiling beams, plaster walls, hardwood floors, and fireplace hearths retain the charm and architectural details of the original c. 1795 dwelling. In its present condition, it is ready to be refurbished or redesigned to your needs and desires. There are two half baths on the ground level, one half bath on the 2nd floor, and a small kitchen and full bath on the third floor. A courtyard
51 - Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown
Ceilings - 9'+,Elevator Shaft,Ceiling - Smooth
Wall to Wall Carpet,Wood
Brick - Solid,Stucco
WATER / SEWER
Public Sewer,Public Water
LOT SIZE IN ACRES
Other (Use Remarks)
Level,0 - .5 Acre
JR HIGH SCHOOL
Single Family Detached
SINGLE FAMILY DETACHED STYLE
Listing information last updated: Fri Dec 25 2020 17:22:09 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
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