Perfect pied a terre in a secluded South of Broad location. This 3 story masonry home is the original kitchen house for the Jacob Mott House circa 1736. Features include original heart pine flooring, 3 fireplaces with gas logs and a full attic. Kitchen features Sub Zero refrigerator, Viking cooktop and wall oven, Fisher Paykel dishwasher. The master bedroom occupies the second floor of the house and has a walk-in closet and master bathroom has a steam shower. A private path leads to the walled garden which can be accessed from both the living room and the kitchen. The Preservation Society of Charleston holds an exterior easement. This property is part of a horizontal property regime but shares no expenses with the main house.
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