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195 Saint Philip Street

  • Bedrooms3 Beds
  • Bathrooms2 Baths
  • Half Bathrooms1 Half Ba
  • Square Feet1,760 Sq. Ft.
In Charleston's most up and coming areas, this home is walking distance to Charleston's best shopping, dining and entertainment. Neil Stevenson designed Midtown offers lifestyle at your doorstep! The Master's roof top balcony is a wonderful place to sip a cocktail watching sunsets over The Peninsula's rooftops. A 2nd floor porch overlooks St. Philip St. and your 2 car driveway. The exterior's refinished steel, stucco and paint ensures trouble free maintenance. New wood flooring on the first floor, Quartz counter tops in kitchen and bathrooms including fixtures, a new water heater & HVAC systems recently replaced with smart nest controls and duct work cleaned, dimmer controlled lighting throughout and new carpet in guest bedrooms makes this home ready for personal enjoyment and investment.Modern Convenience perfectly describes this Charleston Single. Midtown, was built in 2008 to provide upscale living in the heart of the Peninsula. Only a block to King St. and lying in between Cannon and Spring, you can walk or bike to anywhere on The Peninsula to enjoy farmers markets, wonderful galleries, music venues and theaters. Charleston's many annual festivals and attractions, including Spoleto, Wild Life Expo and Food and Wine, Home & Garden tours, Jazz Fest and many more are minutes from your front door via a short walk or rickshaw ride! Midtown's sophisticated enclave provides a safe, lock & leave option and the home's X-flood zone requires no flood insurance. Cannonborough and Elliotborough are the "Gateway to the Peninsula". Currently experiencing a city and community backed neighborhood revitalization, the streets of this neighborhood have a great energy and youthfulness. Aiding in redevelopment is the Spring and Cannon corridor, home to a number of local restaurants, flower shops, bakeries, and other small boutiques. Both boroughs offer great opportunities for homebuyers, whether first time, looking to buy and then rent, or those interested in renovating a historic Charleston peninsular home.

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