This 1895 Charleston single house has been totally restored and boasts some very cool history. The first two issues of Garden & Gun were designed and planned in one of the bedrooms while overlooking the courtyard and original Philip Simmons ironwork adorns the front entryway. Elliotborough, the neighborhood where this home is located, is within walking distance to some of Charleston’s best restaurants on Upper King as well as MUSC, College of Charleston, and more.
Downstairs, you’ll find a spacious living area with gas fireplace, kitchen with ample storage, and a powder room. Upstairs, the master bedroom suite opens up to the side piazza so that you can enjoy your morning coffee in the fresh Charleston air. Just out the windows of the guest room, you can see the courtyard with Charleston brick and heirloom roses that is perfect for summer nights al fresco.
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