10 Marbel Lane: Contemporary Townhome in Morris Sqaure
If you’re looking for a newer construction home in the heart of the downtown Charleston action, take a look at Jimmy Dye’s listing at 10 Marbel Lane. This townhome comes with all the charm and ascetic appeal of an older Charleston home without any of the hassle. Located near the intersection of Coming and Smith Streets, you are in a vibrant and thriving neighborhood just a short walk from Upper King Street shops and restaurants as well as CofC and MUSC.
10 Marbel Lane is located in a newer neighborhood called Morris Square that was built by the renowned I’On Group. Its urban plan incorporates townhomes, condos and commercial spaces which blend seamlessly with thoughtfully designed parks, green spaces and fountains. The townhome overlooks Simonton Park and has two balconies to make the most of the view.
The elevated construction home ha three levels of living spaces and the ground floor has an oversized one-car garage. High-end details such as heart pine flooring, Corian ceramic tiled baths, Andersen windows, Kohler fixtures and crown molding are some of the features you will first notice. The first level of the home houses the living room and gourmet kitchen. Stainless steel appliances, granite counters and an eat-in area make the light-filled kitchen a space you will enjoy spending time, and since it is open to the living room, it is easy to keep to conversation going with family and friends. The second level is home to the master suite which has great natural light and a small nook for a window seat or office area. Built-in wardrobes provide efficient storage for clothing and the en suite bathroom has dual vanities and a separate shower. Also on the same floor is a large open space which has a built-in bar and access to the second-story balcony. The remaining two bedrooms and an additional full bathroom are located on the topmost floor.
Due to its location, the home would make a great investment property for those looking to rent it out to college students or students at MUSC and has been rented for the past several years. For more information on the home, contact listing agent Jimmy Dye.