Classic Queen Street row house: c.1801, 3-story masonry structure with the authentic patina of old Charleston. Covered coach way/driveway and deep walled garden with views of the iconic St. Phillip's steeple. For many years, this has been a primary residence with apartment above. 3rd-floor bedrooms with high ceilings. Businesses at this address include a grocer, a vegetable shop, a dry goods store, a small restaurant, as well as the infamous Picayune Tavern. Today the building is 2 residential rental units. The 2nd-floor drawing room features what is believed to be an original mantel and has 3 jib doors opening onto a south-facing balcony above Queen Street. Easy conversion to a single-family residence. Gross rent when both units rented is approx. $50k per year. Sold in As-Is condition
Listing courtesy of Carriage Properties Llc.