Charming, one-bedroom condo in Harleston Village, centrally located in the middle of Historic Downtown Charleston. Wake up just blocks away from the all the city has to offer including unlimited dining options, King Street shops, the City Marina, Colonial Lake, College of Charleston, MUSC, and so much more! Built in 1849, this historic building was once home to Alonzo J. Ransier, the first black Lieutenant Governor of SC. The largest in the building, this home lives much larger than expected. A secured front door opens to an interior staircase to enter the second-floor unit. Upon entering, notice the hardwood floors throughout, high ceilings, detailed molding, and the bright, natural light. A convenient drop zone is by the door, offering bench seating, hooks, & cubby storage.The spacious living area, accented by a brick fireplace, includes built-in shelving, a storage closet, and ample space for a dining table or large desk. Off the living area is a perfect sized kitchen, with stainless gas range, dishwasher, & refrigerator. The master suite offers a sizeable bedroom with updated bath with tiled shower, & stackable full-sized washer & dryer. The semi-private balcony, equipped with a porch swing, is shared with only one other unit & is accessible off the hallway. The perfect additional entertaining space! One deeded off-street parking spot is included, as well as two permits for street parking. In a separate building on the property, 33 Pitt St offers its owners a laundry facility and bike storage with an adjacent outdoor seating area.
A perfect piece of history in an unbeatable location in downtown Charleston. Perfect for a primary residence or easy lock and leave for those frequent trips to the Lowcountry.