Located in the beautiful Ansonborough district in Historic Charleston, 59 Anson Street is just steps from the City Market and newly renovated Gaillard Auditorium. Being just two blocks from King Street shopping and dining, 59 Anson Street is the perfect location for someone looking for a luxurious, urban lifestyle.
The quiet, shaded streets of Ansonborough offer an array of grand homes built during the 18th and 19 centuries, and includes the oldest house in Charleston, the Col. William Rhett House, built in 1712. Ansonborough is renowned for Historic Charleston elegance and its atmosphere of sweet serenity, and is one of the most sought out neighborhoods on the Charleston Peninsula. In Ansonborough you will find homes with grand columns and piazzas, roof terraces, wrought iron gates, and intricate gardens.
59 Anson Street is no exception when it comes to the grandeur and elegance of the homes in Ansonborough. There are sweeping city and harbor views from the roof top, as well as the double piazza. The home boasts a generous 4378 square feet and has five bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and two half bathrooms. The gourmet kitchen is a chef’s dream and features new stainless appliances and rich dark cabinets. The master suite features a large walk in closet and an en suite with a soaking tub and walk in shower. This house is completely turn-key ready with a complete interior and exterior renovation in 2010. 59 Anson Street has all new HVAC, electrical, plumbing, flooring, interior and exterior paint, appliances, and bathrooms.
59 Anson has recently returned to the market at $2,199,000. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to live in the heart of Historic Charleston. Contact Jennifer Snowden for more information on this gorgeous property.
59 Anson Street is a beautiful 5 bedroom, 3 1/2 bathroom located in the charming Ansonborough neighborhood in historic Charleston that underwent a complete interior and exterior renovation in 2010. Listed for $2,650,000, this house features all new HVAC, electrical plumbing, flooring, paint, appliances, and bathrooms, to name a few updates. 59 Anson St. also has fantastic outdoor living space with multiple wrap-around porches and views of Charleston from the top level.
For additional information contact Jennifer Snowden, 843.860.3546 | firstname.lastname@example.org
This week’s Featured Property, 53 Laurens Street, is an authentic Charleston federal single house, built by shipbuilder John Marsh in 1815. It is the only original brick house left in the Ansonborough neighborhood of Charleston. This house has only been owned by 2 families, allowing it to remain well-preserved over the years. Located in Charleston’s first subdivision, the house is just a 2 block walk to King Street, the Market ,or the Aquarium. Although it’s centrally located, this property sits on a quiet street with minimal tourist travel. In addition to this historic Charleston single, there is a separate 2500 sq. ft. Carriage House with 3 bedrooms and 4 full bathrooms.