2320 Middle Street: Remarkable Sullivan’s Island Home Complete with a Guest Cottage

    2320 Middle Street, Sullivan's Island Built circa 1900, our featured listing exudes character and charm while offering a convenient location on Sullivan’s Island. 2320 Middle Street boasts 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, and 3,614 square feet with the inclusion of an additional second floor living space and guest house making a multi-functional property choice. Continue reading to find out more information!

    Situated on a half-acre corner lot, 2320 Middle Street is one of the more exclusive homes on Sullivan’s Island. Upon entering, the main house features a full front porch that welcomes you inside to find a spacious, light-filled interior. High bead board ceilings, heart pine floors, large windows, and original fireplaces are some of the wonderful details found throughout. Beyond the foyer, a nicely appointed kitchen and dining room compose the center of the home while each wing features a cozy living room with access to the front porch and a well-sized bedroom with an en-suite bath. The only difference is one wing offers a large walk-in closet while the other includes a private study.

    Heading upstairs, the second floor is comprised by a large living room, complete kitchen, bedroom, and full bath that is completely light-filled and inviting. The entire level can function as an apartment to rent if you are looking for an investment property or it can be used as an in-law suite; the possibilities are endless! In addition to the second floor, 2320 Middle Street also has a guest cottage in the backyard that features a screened porch, living room, kitchen, bedroom, and full bath. Again, this offers plenty of functionality as the property can host numerous guests or renters.

    To make this home even more special, it is only blocks away from the beach and popular restaurants/shops and only a short drive to Mount Pleasant and Downtown Charleston. For more information on this listing or to set up a showing, please contact listing agent Jimmy Dye.

     

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