Also listed as Mult-Family MLS #17024111. Rare opportunity to own a beautiful historic home in downtown Charleston within easy walking distance of Wragg Square, King Street, local shops, restaurants and schools. The remarkable property was built by John Robinson, the builder of the Aiken-Rhett House, between 1817 and 1820. The weatherboarded Charleston single is set on a raised brick basement and ''exemplifies the Neoclassical style with nine-over-nine windows, paired east chimneys, pilasters, and architraves on the piazza screens'' according to noted Charleston historian, Jonathan H. Poston. Original hardwood floors, multiple fireplaces, dual piazzas and ceiling beams evoke the home's history while other features have been updated in the subsequent years. The property has beendivided into three units. The main house consists of six bedrooms and three full baths, with a large living room and kitchen on the first floor. Beneath the main house, on the ground level, is a two bedroom unit with one bath, a living room and kitchen. The final unit is located in the rear of the property. It is attached to the main house and has a living room, kitchen and powder room on the first floor, along with two bedrooms and a full bath on the second floor. There is also plentiful off-street parking. The property is under a Historic Charleston Foundation easement and first right of refusal. The property is also currently being leased.
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