How often do you find a place so perfectly situated in close walking distance to Charleston's most historic sites yet off the beaten path. This small community was developed in the 1960's by "Uncle" Arthur Ravenel (Cooper River Bridge namesake) and has been proudly managed by the property owners ever since. These homes are in high demand and don't last long when they come available.
Plenty of light. Open concept for entertaining. Stainless appliances and new fixtures. This kitchen is set up for convenience and even a spot of entertainment with it's counter seating, quartz counters and glass front cabinets.
The perfect space for relaxing, reading, and just...living. This room is handsomely outfitted with custom built-ins, new moldings, and plantation shutters. Warm and durable oak hardwood flooring carries throughout the entire home.
Framed in by elegant trim work, plantation shutters and oak hardwoods this master bedroom is a place of restful solace. And just wait until you see the Master Bath!
No successful renovation would be complete without attention to detail in the bathrooms. The frameless shower glass and marble tile is a clean and timeless look that you'll enjoy forever.
When you live where others vacation, you'll find friends and family making all sorts of advances, suggestions and insinuations for an invite to visit you. Don't worry! This townhome is outfitted with 2 generous-sized guest rooms and a well-appointed hall bathroom.