$3,400,000
1 Beds | 3 Baths | 3,834 sqft
46-A State St & 15 Lodge Alley
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$3,400,000
ACTIVE
46-A State St & 15 Lodge Alley, Charleston, SC 29401
1 Beds
3 Baths
3,834 SqFt
About This Home

This beautiful townhouse consists of 2 tax map parcels owned fee simple and sold as one. There is no regime fee. This early 19th-century State Street address was once home to the Old Vigilant Fire Insurance Company Headquarters. The building was extensively rehabilitated to a high standard in 2011 using federal and state Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits. The prop...

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  • Price:
  • $3,400,000
  • Bedrooms:
  • 1
  • Full Baths:
  • 1
  • Half Baths:
  • 2
  • Square Footage:
  • 3,834
  • Year Built:
  • 1817
  • Listing ID #:
  • 23025354
  • Street Address:
  • 46-A State St & 15 Lodge Alley
  • City:
  • Charleston
  • State:
  • SC
  • Postal Code:
  • 29401
  • County:
  • Charleston
  • Community:
  • Peninsula Charleston Inside Of Crosstown
  • Subdivision:
  • French Quarter
  • Listing Status:
  • Active
  • Listing Type:
  • Townhouse
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