10 State Street
Charleston, South Carolina, United States

Appliances

Air Cleaner.

Interior features

Air Conditioning.

Exterior features

Deck, Patio.

View

Street, View, Water View.

Description

This Handsome early nineteenth century masonry building is zoned limited business but could easily be converted to a single family home. Thought to have been restored in 1810 after a fire swept through the area, the building is currently being used as Charleston's premier Gentleman's Spa. The original central staircase leads to three floors each with large, brightly lit rooms. The wonderful features include original hardwood floors, large fireplaces in almost every room, beamed ceilings and exposed brick. The property has a kitchen and bathrooms in place. The large charming courtyard is perfect for dining al fresco! Additionally, the property is located in an X flood zone with no flood insurance required. Check tax record and FEMA maps to verify & for most up to date flood map information.

Presented by

Handsome Properties, Inc.

Handsome Properties International
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Main: +1 843 727 6460
Toll Free: +1 855 727 6460
Fax: +1 843 735 7999

Deborah (Debbie) Fisher

Broker in Charge
Handsome Properties, Inc.
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Main: +1 843 727 6460 x12
Mobile: +1 843 810 4110
Direct: +1 843 727 6460
Toll Free: +1 855 727 6460
Fax: +1 843 735 7999

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