Situated in the heart of Old Historic Charleston, this one bedroom Pied-a-Terre Condo is two blocks from the City Market, Waterfront Park, 17 Art Galleries and 8 Diamond Restaurants.
Situated in the heart of Old Historic Charleston, this one bedroom Pied-a-Terre Condo is two blocks from the City Market, Waterfront Park, 17 Art Galleries and 8 Diamond Restaurants. Recently renovated, this 1815 restored building is fronted at street level 4 gas street lanterns, has 1,300 square feet, 10 foot ceilings, heart pine floors, a large 35 foot living room with 6 windows of sunshine, richly appointed with leather sofas, antiques, fireplace, oriental rugs, antique canopy bed, large shower and a separate large office with Partners Desk. It includes everything:
*TV-DVD-CD entertainment center
*High Speed Internet--DSL
*Local Charleston telephone
*Sheets, towels, soap, hair dryer
*Fully equipped kitchen
*Dishes, silver, pots and pans
*Smoke and Pet-Free Building
*Gated nights and weekends
*Parking Garage available
This is not a sterile rental unit, but more like visiting at a friend's house when they are out of town. The generous space (1100 SF) is the size of three hotel rooms, but the cost of half of one. Just having the convenience of a kitchen, if nothing more than breakfast and a late night snack, makes traveling more like a vacation.
The French Quarter is graced with art galleries, historic church steeples, cobblestone streets, and an atmosphere of relaxed luxury, Charleston’s French Quarter is an island of bohemian delights within America’s most historic city. A quiet residential area of graceful homes and gardens and gas street lights has a European feeling. The Quarter is surrounded by cozy restaurants, southern food, fashionable retail shops and lively entertainment venues. Featuring property that comprised much of the original walled city dating back to 1704, the French Quarter eccentricities include old pirate taverns and tunnels dating to colonial days, the nation’s only and most famous French Anglican church, the Market and centuries-old graveyards where ghost tours are still the rage. Part of the National Historic Register for its concentration of 18th and 19th century architecture, the French Quarter boasts some of the city’s best examples of early Georgian single houses, airy piazzas and verdant courtyard gardens.