$2,999,999
4 Beds | 4.5 Baths | 4,059 sqft
5 Motley Ln
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$2,999,999
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5 Motley Ln, Charleston, SC 29401
4 Beds
4.5 Baths
4,059 SqFt
About This Home

Situated on a quiet lane in Ansonborough, 5 Motley is a 4 Bedroom, 4.5 Bathroom residence that spreads throughout 4,059 square feet of an 1850's brick warehouse. A beautiful gated entrance leads to a breath-taking foyer with high ceilings, wide hallway, and beautiful staircase. The open living, dining, and bar areas are an entertainer's dream with seamless flow, ele...

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  • Price:
  • $2,999,999
  • Bedrooms:
  • 4
  • Full Baths:
  • 4
  • Half Baths:
  • 1
  • Square Footage:
  • 4,059
  • Acreage:
  • 0.05
  • Year Built:
  • 1850
  • Listing ID #:
  • 24002161
  • Street Address:
  • 5 Motley Ln
  • City:
  • Charleston
  • State:
  • SC
  • Postal Code:
  • 29401
  • County:
  • Charleston
  • Community:
  • Peninsula Charleston Inside Of Crosstown
  • Subdivision:
  • Ansonborough
  • Listing Status:
  • Active
  • Listing Type:
  • Townhouse
  • Special Code:
  • Flood Insurance
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