Completely Renovated Gem: $2.59 Million Home in Charleston, South Carolina
$2,595,000 | Built 2006 | 5,489 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 5.5 Baths | 0.18 Acres
139 King George St, Charleston, SC 29492
Get ready to step inside a completely redone masterpiece in a charming community surrounding the Daniel Island Club in Charleston, South Carolina. This stunning home has undergone a complete transformation, from top to bottom, with no detail overlooked. The result is a luxurious and modern living space that seamlessly blends classic architecture with contemporary design. The property is on the market for $2.59 million in Charleston, South Carolina. Listing details: Extraordinary Park Side Custom that has been completely redone top to bottom by current owners for primary home. Welcome home to 6 bed, 5.5 bath, master on main with three levels of luxury living. Double waterfall quartz islands make entertaining a joy. Solid wood doors, french oak wide plank floors throughout, adorning 2 media rooms and tons of storage with two laundry areas.
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