125 Smith Street: Home & Lot in Radcliffeborough
The beautiful city of Charleston is known for its historic homes, gardens and beautiful architecture. 125 Smith Street combines all of those features and gives you the opportunity to own your own piece of Charleston’s history.
Built in 1880, 125 Smith Street is a classic Charleston single that has been updated for today’s buyer. Historic details such as dual piazzas, hardwood floors, and decorative fireplaces are historic details that are found throughout the home but updated bathrooms, spray foam insulation and an on-demand hot water heater add to the home’s modern energy efficiency. The first floor of the home houses a formal dining room, living room and kitchen. Granite counters and a tile backsplash are some of the best features of the kitchen while wainscoting, crown molding and a fireplace define the living room. Abundant windows are found throughout this space allowing light to filter in and offering great views of the piazza and adjacent garden.
The second story of 125 Smith Street houses two bedrooms. The large master bedroom has two large windows and a light and airy master bath. A spa-like tile shower, a contemporary vanity with a bowl sink, hardwood flooring and a nautical chandelier are some of the highlights. It also houses the washer and dryer so doing laundry is a breeze. The second bedroom is equally spacious. It has a decorative fireplace and shares a hallway full bath with bead board and a colorful tile shower.
The piazzas overlook the adjacent lot which is also being sold as part of this listing. It is now being used as a garden and blooming hydrangeas, flowering Crate Myrtle trees and mature shrubs define the space. The home’s location in the heart of the Radcliffborough neighborhood is also highly desirable. King Street shops and restaurants, Marion Square Park, and the College of Charleston are just a short walk away.