Home Details for 55 Laurens St #G
1 bed, 800 sqft, $2,200
Elegant 1 Bedroom in Ansonborough - Bright 1 bedroom condo in the heart of Ans
onborough. Originally the upstairs parlor of the James Jervey mansion built in 1818. This quiet, unique Ansonborough condo is in easy walking distance of all that downtown Charleston has to offer. Elaborate period woodwork, heart of pine flooring, 10-13ft ceilings make this the quintessential Charleston rental. Lots of exterior windows, bright, airy and refined, updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, renovated bath with marble tile, and a gorgeous decorative fireplace and mantle-- this is truly an up...scale 1 bedroom. Laundry facilities on site. Lovely gardens in back yard and camellia, azaleas, brick walkways. Gated and secured parking for 1 car off street, plus 2 street parking stickers through the DMV. Water included. Superb location close to King St, East Bay restaurants, stores and shops. Pets negotiable. $500 off first month's rent for lease starting August 1st!
Listing Info for 55 Laurens St #G
Information last updated on 07/14/2017 06:11 AM
- Price: $2,200
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 full Bathroom
- Status: For Rent
- Neighborhood: Harleston Village
- Zip: 29401
- Provided By: Daniel Ravenel Real Estate Company
- 800 sqft
- Gated Entry
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