14 beds/16 baths 2 half baths Professionally designed sold fully furnished Zoned Limited Business fully licensed short term rentals. Sold Fully Furnished. 4 Licenses 6 Parking Spaces .22 Acres Proximity to King Total heated and cooled sq footage 6925 4 units 3 Buildings Restored Duplex unit A/B Unit A 4 bed/4.5 bath 2576 sq ft (interior) unit B 4 bed/4.5 bath 1473 sq ft sq ft (interior) Unit C new build 3 bed/3bath 1437 sq ft (interior) Completed 2022 Unit D new build 3 bed/3bath 1437 sq ft (interior) Constructed by 1852 in the desirable Cannonborough-Elliotborough Neighborhood, 66 Cannon is a stunning property with historic architectural details inside and out. This property comprises of an antebellum house with four large bedrooms and ensuite bathrooms/ a half bath; a Victoriaseparate unit that includes a kitchen and living room, 4 bedrooms 4 ensuite bathrooms; 66 Cannon is an elegant Italianate side hall house with quintessential Charleston features like west-facing double piazzas. Historic details include a grand Victorian bay window,the original front door with a Victorian transom and hood, two-over-two wood sash windows fitted with louvered shutters, and Classical details like the Palladian window in the garret and Italianate corbels alongthe roof line. The wood frame house sits atop a high masonry raised basement. The house is accessed via a historic wrought iron fence and gate. 66 Cannon has a wide side driveway leading to the generous backyard, as well as a small front garden. Large gallery doors lead onto the piazzas, with their turned traditional balustrades. The beautiful and spacious interior of the nineteenth century house is flooded with light and boasts original heart pine floors, beadboard in the stair hall, and double parlors with pocket doors and marble Italianate original fireplaces. The house's stairs feature historic pine treads and Victorian turned newel posts and railings. The upstairs mantels are black marble in the Arts and Crafts style.The tastefully renovated kitchen mixes modern stainless appliances with traditional details like custom subway tile and shelving of salvaged antique wood above crisp white base cabinets and white stone countertops. There is a custom master bathroom with large tiled walk-in shower and marble floors in the curved Victorian addition on the west façade.The antebellum house first appears on the 1852 Bridges and Allen Mapand was updated withVictorian details in the later 19thcentury.Peter McKinlay lived in and owned the house in 1861,followed by Elizabeth Thomas. By the early 1870s, German-born Charlestonian Anna Rohdelived in 66 Cannon Street, as did her daughter, Carolina, and son in law Edward Bulcken, until the1920s. Bulcken was a grain dealer for Rohde Grocery Company. Charles Taylor Holloway andLillie Ruby Holloway,members of a prominent African American family who were noteworthy business owners before the Civil War and into the twentieth century, resided in the house from the1940s until circa 1970. In 2020 two new construction subordinate homes were custom designed by S Arch Studio architects and built to completion in 2022. Cannon Street runs through the heart ofCannonborough-Elliotborough, which lies in theCharleston's historic district and isan STR designated area that is brimming with character and a diverse mix of businesses, restaurants, and residences.66 Cannon is just two blocks from KingStreet, close enough to enjoy the city's nightlife but far enough to relax in a historic residential neighborhood
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