Located in downtown Charleston’s emerging North Central neighborhood, this renovated 1920’s house at 1191 King Street may be a perfect fit for those looking to live on the upper peninsula. Located north of the historic district, North Central is quickly gaining national attention as one of “12 Neighborhoods Across America That Are About to Blow Up.” Within walking or biking distance are several local restaurants including Edmund’s Oast and Revelry Brewing Co., as well as the offices for Charleston’s renowned Wine + Food Festival. Other areas of the peninsula, including King Street and South of Broad, are within biking distance.
Built in 1925, this 1,580 square foot home has been thoroughly renovated in 2003. A manicured front yard and brick pathway lead up to the covered front porch which is a great place to enjoy the beautiful Charleston weather. There is also a driveway for off-street parking. Inside, 1191 King Street has a traditional floor plan with nice formal living spaces including a living room and dining room. Refinished hardwood floors run throughout the home and nice details such as 9 foot ceilings, two gas fireplaces, French doors and curved archways add to the space. The kitchen makes efficient use of the space with numerous cabinets, recessed lighting, a double sink, tile counters and white appliances.
Three well-sized bedrooms and two full, updated baths complete the space. The private backyard is fenced and there is a small deck off of the kitchen. Other updates to the home include new plumbing, electrical, HVAC and roof in 2003.