South Carolina - Charleston French Quarter Unique historic town-house

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Offer Description

This unique historic "Row House" is a sophisticated town-home dating back to 1802. It is centrally located in the "heartbeat of Charleston " the French Quarter on Johnson's Row. This quaint neighborhood includes St. Phillips Episcopal Church the French Huguenot Church and is a short walk to restaurants art galleries shops and theaters. The combination of new and old can be found throughout this home in the details of the ornate plasterwork wood work gleaming historic floors 12 foot ceilings and historic fireplaces. Parking is also available. Additional features include an extremely large dry unfinished basement with potential for conversion to a wine cellar. 1.998.000 USD - - - - - -

Price : 1 627 000 €
  • Reference : CAR-24-QUEEN

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Tél: 0033 158.120.202

24 rue du Boccador - 75008 - Paris

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