The circa 1775 Thomas Ball House is set ''below the bend'' on Church Street and presents the very best of historic charm and downtown living. This distinctive Charleston Single home showcases double piazzas, a manicured garden, a modernized kitchen house, and gated off-street parking. On the first floor, you will find a formal living room with a period mantel and a dining room that seamlessly flows into the eat-in kitchen. The kitchen offers high-end appliances and a generous amount of storage. Beautiful woodwork and striking moldings are evident throughout the home. The current owners spared no expense in renovating the two-story kitchen house, which is fortified with hidden steel beams. This remarkable space serves as an ideal family room, boasting 20-foot ceilings, original brick and wood beams, and a wet bar. Upstairs, you will discover the primary suite featuring a spacious en suite bathroom with dual marble vanities, a shower, garden tub, and walk-in closet. Also located on this level is a guest room and an additional bathroom. The third floor features two more guest bedrooms, another bathroom, and a laundry room. Outside, the first-floor piazza and family room open onto a private garden sanctuary adorned with a water feature and a bluestone patio. Positioned in the most desirable section of Church Street, this picturesque South of Broad spot is a mere stone's throw from the Battery and White Point Garden.
Listing courtesy of Listing Agent: Lyles Geer () from Listing Office: William Means Real Estate, LLC.