123 Moultrie Street

Hampton Park Terrace, Charleston
  • $725,000
  • 4
  • 2
  • $254

Overview:

This 1930's Colonial Revival is veneered in brick with painted clapboard accents and a high hipped roof that caps an asymmetrical gabled front facade. Inside you will find multiple archways and high ceilings that invites sunlight from the numerous 7' double-hung windows. Situated in a rare X flood zone the home offers a full basement (unfinished and not included in square footage) Off-street parking is granted by a choice of curb cuts one from the south via a recent easement from Southerland as well as a Parkside ingress off Moultrie.Built in 1930 for noted Charlestonian Milton Pearlstine, 123 Moultrie, has been recognized by National Registry as contributing structure to the historic fabric of the Hampton Park Terrace Neighborhood. Built on large brick pilings that carry all the way to the second-floor the massive floor joists stride a full basement. This was made possible by its X flood zone location. Veneered in brick with painted clapboard accents and the high hipped roof tops a gabled front façade. The home was designed by famed Charleston Architect Stephen Thomas and fashioned in the Colonial Revival Style. With only a handful of past owners the most recent having lived there for over 40 years, the home is very well maintained with many of the original adornments intact. Multiple archways and high ceilings generously disperse sunlight throughout its open expansive floorplan. Off-street parking is granted by a choice of curb cuts one from the south via a recent easement from Southerland as well as a Parkside ingress off Moultrie. Surround on three sides by some of the nicest homes north of the cross town, the 100 block of Moultrie St and Huger looks as though it will continue to assert its dominance in this highly competitive borough. With multiple estimates in hand and an equity ceiling well over seven figures, the sale price reflects an "as is" sale.

Key Details:

  • Type: Single Family Detached
  • SqFt: 2851
  • Subdivision: Hampton Park Terrace
  • Elementary School: James Simons
  • Middle School: Simmons Pinckney
  • High School: Burke
  • Acreage: 0.12
  • Garage: No
  • Off-Street Parking: No
  • Exterior: Brick - Veneer, Wood Siding
  • Interior: Ceilings - 9'+
  • Lot: High, Other (Use Remarks)
  • Roof: Asbestos Shingle
  • Stories: 2 Stories
  • Heating: Electric, Gas, Heat Pump
  • Year Built: 1930
  • New Construction: No

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