With views of the Ravenel Bridge and water from the rooftop garden, this luxurious condo in Printers Row is a 'one of a kind' downtown Charleston experience not to be missed. The sounds of horse-drawn carriages and the rustling of palmettos are gentle reminders that you are in the heart of historic downtown in this classic and sophisticated property. The 19th century building, just steps from the famous Rainbow Row and The Charleston Battery, has a gated entry, an elevator, a lush planted atrium with lots of light and a gorgeous garden courtyard area and rooftop that is perfect for entertaining. 5 huge windows looking out over East Bay Street, 14' coffered ceilings, a Venetian crystal chandelier, a fireplace with period mantle, and a stunning wall mural painted by a renowned Charlestonartist Carl Beckwith Smith, III are just a few touches that make this two bedroom, three and a half bath unit come to life. A bedroom and full bath is conveniently located on the first floor. The kitchen has been stylishly renovated with a built-in wine fridge, shelf genie pullouts and stainless steel appliances. The butler's pantry, with a second built-in wine fridge, is a great serving area off the spacious kitchen with a pass-through window to the dining and living areas.
Additional features include:
-Kitchen has Carrera marble countertops, sea glass tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances with 2 wine coolers. Shelf Genie pullouts complete the functionality of this kitchen
-The three full bathrooms have marble floors and granite countertops
-Office area off of the owner's suite
-Built-in bookshelves in the loft
-Custom built-ins in the walk-in closets
-Owner's suite closet has two separate full baths, a laundry area and incredible high storage with 14' of space that has been utilized with elevated clothes rods for out of season clothes and high storage shelves for suitcases and other items
-Lots of closet space and storage including two additional closets on the main floor
-World-class restaurants, First Scot's, St. Michaels, French Huguenot Church, and St. Phillips's Churches, Historic Charleston Foundation, Gibbes Museum, King Street for shopping, the Library Society, Dock Street Theater, the Gaillard Auditorium, historic Exchange Building, the Battery and over 50 art galleries are all in walking distance
-Monthly HOA fee covers everything except electric (which currently runs around $71 per month in this efficient unit)
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