53 Broad Street
Type: Single Family Attached
Listing ID: 21013364
This grand mixed use building on Broad was constructed circa 1740 and once served as the studio space for famed sculptor Clark Mills. Multiple renovations and modifications have not taken away from the old world charm that make this building a quintessential Charleston live-work space. At the street level and second floor there is a chic office layout that has been used by an advertising agency. The third and fourth floors house a comfortable and charming residential unit with four bedrooms and two full baths. Enjoy rooftop views of the city from the spacious upper deck! Beautiful old wood floors, exposed brick walls, and numerous other details make this unique property a wonderful place to live and operate a business. Offered turn-key fully furnished!
South of Broad
51 - Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown
Ceiling - Beamed
MASTER BEDROOM DESCRIPTION
WATER / SEWER
Public Sewer,Public Water
LOT SIZE IN ACRES
Other (Use Remarks)
High,0 - .5 Acre
MISCELLANEOUS EXTERIOR FEATURES
JR HIGH SCHOOL
Single Family Attached
SINGLE FAMILY DETACHED STYLE
SINGLE FAMILY ATTACHED STYLE
Listing by Office Name Goes Here
Listing information last updated: Sat Jul 02 2022 10:00:24 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
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