Type: Single Family Detached
Listing ID: 20015920
Rare opportunity to own one of Charleston's most historic office buildings! Built in 1811, the original Union Insurance Company Building presents an ideal live-work opportunity for any professional who enjoys this lively city. This fantastic French Quarter location is walkable to all that Downtown Charleston has to offer, including a host of popular eateries, parks, entertainment venues and more. This building is adorned by original wood floors, tall windows that allow ample natural light throughout, lovely exposed brick walls and detailed moldings that together wrap this office and potential home in Southern charm. The current owner operated a successful law-firm at this location for many years, and has outfitted the layout with a private reception area, his and her bathrooms.
51 - Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown
WATER / SEWER
Public Sewer,Public Water
LOT SIZE IN ACRES
0 - .5 Acre
JR HIGH SCHOOL
Single Family Detached
SINGLE FAMILY DETACHED STYLE
Listing information last updated: Wed Dec 23 2020 14:42:38 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
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