Charleston, SC 29403
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51 - Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown
The William Waller House. The main house was reportedly built by Richard Holloway due to the Palladian window in the front gable and other features. Main house was constructed between 1832-1840. Features include ornate plaster moldings, wide plank heart of pine floors and 11' plus ceilings, Grand double piazzas, slate roof and original wrought iron gates, marble surrounding two of four fireplaces. A section was added to combine the main house with the original kitchen house. The kitchen house is currently used as a 2-BR unit and there is also a separate duplex, which was built in the 1970's. The two units are mirror images of each other with kitchen/living room downstairs and two rooms and full bath upstairs. One of the rooms in each unit does not have a window. Off-street parking for three cars could be expanded by utilizing part of the very large back yard, Eight on-street parking permits are obtainable with home due to the four electric meters already in place. This property has great potential for an investor and/or owner looking for a renovation project in the Radcliffborough section of downtown Charleston. Just steps from MUSC and the College of Charleston, this house is in a superb location. Buyer or buyer's agent to verify any and all information important to them prior to closing and during due diligence. Seller has never occupied home. Property to be sold 'as is.' Please note attached addendums to be made part of contract.
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