Charleston, SC 29401
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51 - Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown
South of Broad
Family Room,One,Wood Burning
Brick - Solid
Gutters,Lawn Irrigation,Fence - Partial,Patio,Special Yard Lights
Cable TV Available,Trash Pickup
This unique pied-a-terre exhibits a stunning 2017 renovation of a kitchen house South of Broad, which was originally built in 1800 with the addition of a two-story glass and steel structure, blending historic charm with 21st century modernism. The new addition was designed by one of Charleston's leading modern architects, built by Jimmy Tupper of Tupper Construction, one of the city's most sought-after builders. 107 King Street is a rare find South of Broad for those looking for high end, modern features in a single-family home with a charming courtyard and off-street parking for two cars.As you enter the foyer, the exposed brick and gallery walls with accent lighting showcase the stunning quality of this home. The living room has walls of glass and steel, 9 1/2' ceilings and a wood burning fireplace with a gas starter. This space overlooks the dining room and a lovely garden with a bluestone patio and fountain. The "European" style kitchen has SieMatic cabinets and quartz countertops that are extra deep to maximize storage in a multitude of ways. Features include a Sub-Zero refrigerator, Liebherr wine cooler and freezer, Miele wall oven, speed convection oven, dishwasher and four-burner induction cooktop. Also on the main level is a powder room and large storage closet. The sleek wood and steel stairs lead to the second floor which boasts more exposed brick walls with gallery lighting. The master bedroom has a spectacular view of the garden from the glass walls and offers a walk-in closet. The master bath features a large glass shower, double sinks and ample cabinetry. There is a cozy second bedroom with an additional bath and a separate laundry room conveniently located on this level.
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