01 December 2017

Teeny, tiny buildings of Charleston

King St., Charleston, SC    
I love these charming tiny buildings that grow up in between the larger structures. This is 193 King St. 

Turns out it is for sale! It may look small but is over 6,000 square feet and since it is in prime retail shopping district on King St. you may buy it for a cool $2,450,000. Invite me over. I'll help decorate. 
Prime high street location. Centered in King Street’s luxury retail district. The interior space is 6,418 square feet with an additional 784 square feet of exterior courtyard space. The stately facade has 30 linear feet fronting on King Street. The ground floor is ideal for retail or restaurant use. Previously it was occupied by a restaurant on the ground floor and offices above. The building is zoned General Business and is currently vacant. This offering is an excellent opportunity for an owner operator or a real estate investor.The William Bell building, circa 1840, is a three story building with many historical elements intact: featuring high ceilings, exposed brick walls and heart pine floors. Square footage breakdown: ground floor interior 2,509 square feet; ground floor courtyard 784 square feet; 2nd floor 2,509 square feet; 3rd floor 1,400 square feet.

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