286 Meeting Street Charleston, SC 29401 $590,000
Built in 1807, The Noyer-Wildhagen House is a beautiful grand masonry property located on the western boundary of the Ansonborough neighborhood. In the early 1900's, this ground level condominium was used as a doctor's office and later as one of the last remaining soda fountain drugstores in Charleston. Currently, this unit serves as home for a law practice .... this is an excellent opportunity for the rare live - work space in Downtown Charleston with great signage & high visibility in the heart of the Historic District or it is a prime candidate for a conversion to a residential condominium. The space includes 1 deeded parking space on-site, beautiful fireplaces, exposed brick, 5 large rooms, a storage room, multiple closets, 2 restrooms, & a covered patio sitting area at the entrance. At closing, Buyer shall pay to the POA a transfer fee equal to $500.00.
Year Built: 1807
Style Sfa: Condo Regime, Condominium, Flat, Live/work
Ground Level: Yes
Unit Num: 1st Floor
Water Sewer: Public Sewer, Public Water