Property Description This fully renovated, solid masonry, pre-Civil War era home has many of the original details from 1804, such as original heart of pine floors, 4 brick fireplaces, beautiful chimneys, and exposed beams. Park your car and walk everywhere. Queen Street Grocery, The Memminger Auditorium, Black Tap Coffee, LaFarfalle, and King Street are just steps away. You will have world-class dining, antique shops, art galleries, and museums at your fingertips. Inside you will enjoy a spacious eat-in-kitchen that is open to the sun-drenched family room. The family room ceiling incorporates a clerestory that allows sunlight all day long. Also on the first floor is a half-bath, laundry, formal living room, formal dining room, and master suite - Formal Living Room, Kitchen & two bedrooms have fireplaces.
Sub-Type: Single Family Detached
List Price: $975,000
Current Price: $975,000
List Price/SqFt: 362.45
Location, Tax & Legal
Tax Map #: 457-08-02-083
Street #: 110
Street Name: Logan
Street Suffix: Street
Zip Code: 29401
Area: 51 - Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown
Tax District: 71 - Charleston Peninsula
Subdivision: Harleston Village
Elementary School: Memminger
Middle School: Courtenay
High School: Burke
Legal Description: 110 LOGAN
Directions: Take Broad Street to Logan. House will be on the right.
Utility Suppliers: Charleston Water Service; SCE & G
Proposed Financing: Cash; Conventional Loan
The master is very private from the rest of the home. It incorporates a huge walk-in closet and a spa like bathroom with double vanities, soaking tub, and separate tiled shower. Upstairs are two more bedrooms, sitting room, and full bath. The family room spills into the beautiful tropical garden. Sit in the shade of a banana tree or soak in some sun. If the sun is too much or a Charleston shower passes by, roll out the awning. Additional features are a front garden with private covered entrance, irrigation, outside storage room, and three HVAC zones. The solid brick walls serve as good protection from the elements. The owner says his SCE&G bill is usually in the 200s.
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