Historic Multi-Family Investment Property
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||Theodore Gaillard House
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Overview / Comments
96 Ashley Avenue (Theodore Gaillard House) ideally positioned in Charleston’s Harleston Village. This historic home has been reconfigured as a five-unit investment property. Well constructed circa 1816, this beautifully designed 7,608sf home features 14’ ceilings, elaborate moldings, a hand-crafted copper roof and plenty of character. This is an incredible opportunity to own a piece of Charleston’s history. Totaling 11 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms, the property could be kept as is, or converted back to its original state and still have the basement as an income property. Located within the Historic Short Term Rental district, AirBnb is allowable if the Owner resides on-site. Nestled in the heart of the peninsula, nearby amenities include MUSC, College of Charleston, Colonial Lake Park, the Historic City Market and King Street.
*Interior footage available through linked 3D Matterport videos.
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||51 - Peninsula Chas. inside of crosstown
||Harleston Village is one of downtown’s most popular neighborhoods, stretching from the Ashley River to King Street with Broad Street as its southern border and Calhoun as its northern border. Developed in 1770, the area features an eclectic mix of Antebellum homes and modern townhouses nestled along picturesque tree-lined streets. Perfect for strolling, this park-filled family-friendly locale is also home to popular eateries and historic attractions.
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