Built circa 1836, this two story Greek revival residence is elegant in its simplicity of detail. Tuscan columns and a two-tiered piazza enhance this dwelling with a deep garden and off-street parking. Originally one room deep, the residence was owned by Henry Muckenfuss, a mason, until he purchased a larger home at 122 Wentworth next door. The house has passed through several owners until it became a medical office with a two-story rear addition added. The first floor consists of a living room, dining room, small kitchen and full bath in the front. The rear has three additional rooms which can be a den/study or bedrooms, a laundry area and a half bath. The upper level has an entrance hall, formal living and dining rooms, a full kitchen, two bedrooms and two full baths plus a rear deck. On high ground this one of a kind residence which also has high ceilings and wood floors can be single family or a duplex! All this in the heart of Harleston Village close to the College of Charleston, medical facilities, downtown shopping and restaurants. Walk to Colonial Lake or a fire-star hotel/restaurant from here!
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