This town home is the perfect location for exploring downtown Charleston. Located at the end of Rainbow Row, on the corner of East Bay and Tradd, it is one block from the waterfront park and diagonally across the street the dog park. Resturants, historic spots of interest, fine shopping, galleries and the Battery are all within walking distance.
The home is entered through a lovely gated courtyard, fragrant with climbing jasmine in the spring. This home is part of a small downtown estate dating from the early 1800's and has been newly remodeled. Originally used as the gardeners cottage, the house has windows on three sides and is flooded with light (plantation shutters keep the home cool during the summer). The downstairs floor are original heart of pine and italian marble tile, upstairs is carpet. The home is cozy, comfortable and charming. It is conveniently located to everything, a total delight, no matter the season.
The main house features a living room with fireplace, and an eat in kitchen on the first floor. Upstairs is a full bath with shower, a comfortable bedroom with a queen bed and a sitting room/dressing room. Across the courtyard is a guest house with a living room, laundry area, a bedroom with a queen bed and a full bath with shower.
Antiques, nautical paintings, and comfortable furniture make this house cozy and appealing. It comes fully furnished with linens and towels. Cable TV, high speed internet, DVD surround sound player, stereo and off street private parking.
NO SMOKING. Refundable security deposit $500.00 Pets welcome with deposit of $150.00 non-refundable
Keywords: downtown Charleston, East Bay St., charming, private, pets, dog park, off street parking, waterfront, high speed internet
The climate in Charleston is enjoyable year-round. Once you experience the charm and southern hospitality Charleston has to offer you will fall in love. Charleston has something for everyone; deep water charters, great shopping, exceptional dining to name just a few. Some of the best seafood is caught and served fresh in low country restaurants. Historic downtown offers horse drawn carriage tours, antebellum homes and historic churches. This town home is the perfect location for exploring downtown Charleston. Located one block from the waterfront park and diagonally across the street from the dog park. Restaurants, historic spots of interest, fine shopping, galleries and the Battery are all within walking distance.