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Post-Revolutionary War Charleston home is on the market for $6.5 million
A two-story home on the post-Revolutionary Charleston Peninsula is on the market for $6.5 million, two years after it sold for $3.8 million.
Robertson Howland Properties recently listed a 6,513-square-foot residence at 48 Bull St. in Harleston Village.
of propertyKnown as the Emmanuel Antonio House. The deep lot lot also has the option of building a guesthouse, pool, or other structure on the back lot of the lot.
The house is divided into two separate living quarters, each with 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The house also has two kitchens and a basement.
Interiors feature 12-foot heart-pine beamed ceilings and exposed brick. The kitchen features Wolf and Sub Zero appliances, modern design elements, and marble countertops.
“It can be easily converted into a single unit Housesaid Charles Constant, a listing agent.
“What makes it so unique is that it’s on three-quarters of an acre,” Constant said. “That’s rare on the peninsula.”
He called the site one of the last remaining properties on Charleston’s Lower Peninsula.
Emmanuel Antonio House dates back to before 1808 and began as a two- and three-bedroom residence, according to the history of the site by the Historic Charleston Foundation. 1813 and he made additions after 1852.
of HouseAfter multiple owners over two centuries, it became several apartments at the beginning of World War II.Since 1989, the house has undergone a major restoration.
The property was last sold to 48 Bull Street LLC in 2020, just before the pandemic, according to Charleston County land records.
The owners of half of the residences are planning to relocate elsewhere on the peninsula. Mr Constant said his lease for half of the rentals expires in October.
The former 63-unit 99 St. Phillips Place Condominium and adjacent lots at 106 Cumming Street will soon be occupied by students from the University of Charleston. The project is expected to be operational by the fall.
12:number Marco’s pizza A restaurant in the Charleston area when a new restaurant opens in Monks Corner in the fall.
1028: Address on Johnny Dodds Boulevard, Mount Pleasant new grab and go restaurant It will open in part of the former Liberty Taproom & Grill restaurant.
25,000: square feet new planet fitness It takes over part of the former Bi-Lo grocery store on James Island.
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+ Shopping center makeover: Owners of Ashley Landing want: Move Publix within the retail site. Discount store Dollar Tree among the affected stores.
+ Add assets: Mount Pleasant Town Center owners recently purchased a nearby strip retail center for $3.90.that is The company’s seventh acquisition Located in the Charleston area.
+ change hands: A two-story retail building on King Street in downtown Charleston was recently acquired for $2.7 million. new york city auction company.
Members of the Kiawah Island Club New 18-hole private golf course to be built on Johns Island. Attend Cassique (above) and the River Course.file/offer
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