Built in 1830. This fine early Radcliffeborough jewel was meticulously restored by the previous Director of the Preservation Society. This home is a typical Charleston Single and features a living room with working fireplace, wainscoting, woodwork and Federal style mantel. The dining room includes a wood-burning fireplace with an elaborate mantle flanked by matching built-in cabinets. The charming eat-in kitchen features wood floors and a large bay window which opens onto a screened porch. The second floor includes 2 spacious bedrooms (each with fireplace), and a full bath with claw foot tub. An additional room formerly used as a dark room by the owner, a professional photographer, could be converted into a study, nursery or spacious closet and storage area. Additional storage space is located in the attic and under the front stair. New Copper roof and gutters were installed in 2000. Off-street parking for 3 cars, large screened in porch and charming garden designed by Sheila Wertimer.

Asking – $585,000.00