If you’re looking to live in downtown Charleston but don’t want to deal with the costly upkeep of maintaining a historic home, then Charles McIntosh’s listing at 20 Charlestowne Court may just be the home for you. Located in the Harleston Village neighborhood, you are incredibly close to downtown shops and restaurants along Meeting and Broad Streets as well as community parks such as Colonial Lake, White Pointe Gardens and Waterfront Park. The home is nestled in a quiet courtyard with only a few others and comes with dedicated parking so you never have to fight for a spot.
Built in 1966, 20 Charlestowne Court has been well maintained throughout the years and has many features you are looking for including hardwood floors, an inviting floor plan and even a private courtyard. The home’s three bedrooms are located on the second floor and include two well-sized guest rooms along with a master suite which has an en suite bath. The living spaces on the first floor include a formal living room with built-in bookshelves, a formal dining room with access to the courtyard and a compact yet efficient kitchen.
Because of its location in the heart of the city, 20 Charlestowne Court could serve as a permanent residence for those looking to live the downtown lifestyle or as a vacation home/investment property for those who only want to spend part of their time in Charleston. The possibilities are endless!