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31 Hillary Court: Contemporary Downtown Charleston Home

31 Hillary Court, Charleston, SC 29403Located in the heart of downtown Charleston’s Radcliffeborough neighborhood, this 2003-built home offers a contemporary vibe that blends nicely with the city’s historic architecture.  31 Hillary Court is just footsteps away from Upper King Street–a thriving spot on the peninsula with trendy shops, popular bars and award-winning restaurants.  MUSC and the College of Charleston are within walking distance, making this area universally appealing for many buyers.

The home is located in the Morris Square neighborhood and set back from the main road.  A drive-under, one-car garage is a true advantage and it provides ample room for parking or storage.  Inside, the first floor has an open, light-filled feel.  Hardwood flooring runs throughout the living room and kitchen with highlights including stainless steel appliances and a center island.  A powder room and laundry closet are also found on this floor.  Upstairs are the home’s two bedrooms.  Both are well-sized with ample closet space and they share access to a full bathroom.

Another appealing feature of this home is its outdoor living spaces.  A covered front porch is a great place to relax and unwind and both the living room and kitchen have french doors opening to Shakespearean balconies.  The master bedroom also has a private outdoor area–a covered porch overlooking the neighborhood with plenty of room for a dining table.

This home’s location, contemporary features and accessible floor-plan makes it a great investment.  For more information or to set up a showing, contact listing agent Jimmy Dye.


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