Situated in the heart of Wraggborough, 6 Judith Street is an impressive historic Charleston residence. The property is over 5,000 square feet in size and features 10 bedrooms and 5.5 baths spread over three distinct units, making it an ideal setup for investors or full-time residents.
The main house is the largest of the three units with six bedrooms. A central foyer welcomes you into the home, with the living room and kitchen to the left. These rooms are large with great natural light, beautiful hardwood floors, detailed moldings, an original fireplace and a large butcher-block center island in the kitchen. There is one bedroom and a full bath located downstairs, while the remaining five bedrooms and two full baths are spread out over the second and third floors. Dual covered piazzas, integral to the classic Charleston single design, are found on the first and second floors and provide a peaceful place to enjoy Charleston’s lovely weather.
One of the remaining units is located on the ground floor beneath the main house, while the other unit is attached to the back of the home. Both have separate entrances and feature two bedrooms and a full bath, along with a kitchen and living space. There is also ample off-street parking, a nice feature in this part of downtown Charleston.
The home was built in 1820 by John Robinson, who also constructed the Aiken-Rhett House which is now a museum house owned and maintained by the Historic Charleston Foundation. Distinctive features of the original home remain including nine-over-nine windows, pilasters and paired east chimneys. The location is also ideal. Within walking distance are King Street shops and restaurants, Wragg Square, Marion Square Park, College of Charleston, and more so you can experience all that the world-class city of Charleston has to offer.
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