80 Alexander Street, Charleston, SC
Historic home in downtown Charleston just a block from the Gilliard Center. Constructed in 1805 in the ''Charleston Single'' style, the 2,990 square foot home features broad piazzas, 11' plus ceilings, original plaster moldings, marble fireplace mantles, heart pine floors, oversized windows, original iron entry gate and much more. The home is the site of the ''Liberty Tree'' where the Declaration of Independence was first read to Charlestonians in 1776.For Sale - Two adjacent but separate real estate opportunities.
1) Building lot in downtown Charleston just a block from the Gilliard Center. Charleston's Zoning Department has given tacit approval to splitting the lot along it historic boundaries (it was a separate lot until 2021 when it was conjoined with lot on which 80 Alexander Street stands). When split from 80 Alexander Street, this will be a 3,513 square foot lot. This new lot will be entered from Alexander Street (there is an existing curb cut) and it will have the address "82 Alexander Street", Charleston. Note, the lot sits behind a non-historic concrete block wall so make appointments through the listing agent to get access. Buyer to verify with the city the ability to split the lot. $550,000Read More
Listed by: John Johansen at The Boulevard Company, LLC
- status: Active
- bedrooms: 3
- full baths: 3
- half baths: 1
- square ft: 2,990
- acres: 0.09
- county: Charleston
- year built: 1805
- property type: Residential
- High Ceilings
- Elementary School:Memminger
- Middle School:Simmons Pinckney
- High School:Burke
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