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201 Bank Street: Waterfront Retreat in the heart of Mount Pleasant

201 Bank Street, Old Village201 Bank Street epitomizes Lowcountry living as the waterfront property sits on nearly half an acre and includes 6 beds, 5 baths, 3,791 square feet.  Our featured listing is nestled in the heart of the Old Village which is within walking distance to the Pitt Street Bridge, Alhambra Hall, Shem Creek, restaurants, shops, and more.  

If you are looking for one of the views in Charleston, then you have found it at 201 Bank Street.  The property boasts extensive views of downtown and the harbor with picturesque views of the skyline and astonishing sunsets as well as the Crab Bank Bird Sanctuary, Fort Sumter, and surrounding waterways.  In addition to the views, impressive landscaping surrounds the home as it includes mature trees and lush vegetation throughout making it an ideal space to relax and enjoy the outdoors.

201 Bank Street, Old VillageThe property includes a private deepwater dock with two inline pier heads that are equipped with a floating dock and boat lift.  The dock is thoughtfully positioned as it offers straightforward access to the Charleston Harbor.

Transitioning to the inside, 201 Bank Street offers a sweeping interior with two bedrooms and a den on the ground floor and two bedrooms on the top floor. The main floor includes a living room, dining room, sunroom and kitchen as well as a commanding bedroom and office. Marvelous water views are visible throughout most of the rooms.  There is also an abundance of outdoor living spaces attached to the home as it includes multiple decks and porches.

201 Bank Street, Old Village

For more information on this listing or to set up a showing, please contact listing agent Jimmy Dye.  Click here to see more Mount Pleasant homes for sale.

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