Circa 1700 Kitchen House! Brick! Pending in Charleston, South Carolina

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Nick Cann Photography

Circa 1700 Kitchen House! Brick! Pending in Charleston, South Carolina

$2,100,000 | 1700 | 1,780 Sq. Ft. | 2 Beds | 2.5 Baths
9 Meeting St Unit E, Charleston, SC 29401

This charming brick carriage house at 9 Meeting Street offers a rare opportunity to own a historic property South of Broad. This early 1700s home was originally a kitchen house and has been thoughtfully updated for modern living. Tucked well off lower Meeting Street for privacy, quiet, and security, this enchanting house is nestled on a large gated property one block from the Battery. Three beautiful gas lanterns and gorgeous blooming camelias adorn the exterior of this attractive brick home. Inside, gleaming wide heart pine floors, exposed original long leaf pine wood beams and a large brick fireplace showcase the historic fabric and special history of this property. The living room is cozy and bright, with a ”sunroom” at the north side, with new french doors and windows overlooking a private brick patio and delightful garden. A formal dining room offers plenty of space for entertaining.

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There is a spacious eat-in kitchen with beautiful cabinetry, two extra beverage refrigerators, and a center island. A powder bathroom completes the first floor. Upstairs are two good sized bedrooms, each with (non-working) fireplace, mantle, and spacious en suite bathrooms. Lush landscaping and exterior lighting enhance the property. This location is superb, surrounded by large mansions and within one block of the Battery, White Point Gardens, and close to shopping and dining. There is one gated off-street parking space, along with guest parking. 9 Meeting Street is a perfectly placed home or pied-a-terre, living large with the spacious living room and formal dining room. This home is the epitome of Charleston charm!


Leslie Turnermaisonrealestate@maisonchs.com • (843) 813-2933
Maison Real Estate
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