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$4,995,000
3 Beds
3.5 Baths
4,389 SqFt
0.06 Acre Lot
2,613 Sqft Lot

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$4,995,000 – 22 Elliott Street, Charleston, SC 29401

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Description

22 Elliott Street in renowned South of Broad. This historic property has been meticulously restored and features luxury finishes while maintaining many original 18th century features. 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 4,389 square feet, 22 Elliott has been updated with a new roof and new wiring, heating, AC and duct work. The downstairs dining room features extremely rare indigo dyed cedar paneling and still has its original fireplace. Old and new juxtapose seamlessly in the kitchen, which has floor to ceiling custom cabinets designed by master contractor David Hoffman, a restored fireplace and unlacquered brass furnishings. Downstairs also features coral pavers and a fully installed privacy garden using original bricks found in the cellar. A downstairs floating staircase,

Property Details and Features

Bedrooms

  • 3 bedroom

Bathrooms

  • 3 full bathrooms
  • 1 half bathroom

Location

  • County: Charleston
  • ZIP Code: 29401
  • Area: 51 – Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown
  • Subdivision: South Of Broad

House

  • 4389.00 total heated square feet
  • Built in 1793
  • Pre-Owned
  • Multi-Story
  • Traditional

Lot

  • 0.06 acres
  • High
  • 0 – .5 Acre

Property

  • Property type: Single Family Detached

Foundation

  • Crawl Space

Exterior Features

  • Stucco
  • Patio
  • Special Yard Lights
  • Balcony

Interior Features

  • Ceilings – 9’+
  • Ceiling – Beamed
  • Kitchen Island
  • Walk-In Closets

Floors

  • Wood
  • Marble
  • Stone

Amenities

  • Cable TV Available

Cooling

  • Central

Master Bedroom

  • Upstairs
  • Walk-In Closets

Schools

  • Elementary school: Memminger
  • Middle school: Simmons Pinckney
  • High school: Burke

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