Move-in-ready and perfectly situated for exploring historic downtown on foot, this iconic Charleston single house is a standout. Located on Trumbo Street, a low-traffic locals' favorite, this home is less than a block from Colonial Lake and Charleston's exclusive South of Broad neighborhood. Originally built in 1870, 6 Trumbo Street was extensively and lovingly renovated in 2016-2017 by the current owners. Intending it to be their personal residence, the owners spared no expense to restore this home and strike the perfect balance between modern comfort and historic charm. From the moment you step into the door, you will be struck by the quality, timelessness, and attention to detail of this beautiful renovation. The bright and beautifully updated kitchen features custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances, Silestone countertops, and a peninsula with room for eat-in seating. Off the kitchen is a large walk-in laundry room/pantry--a rarity in a home of this age and size. The living room on the front of the house features newly built-in cabinets and shelving and a newly re-pointed firebox and gas line. The first floor also features a beautifully renovated full bathroom, which allows for one story living, should you choose to use the front living room as a first-floor bedroom. Upstairs, you'll find two large bedrooms -- one a master suite with walk-in closet and full bath and, the other, a guest room large enough to add a small bathroom. On the exterior, the owners took equal care to restore and enhance the home aesthetically and functionally. They added a street-front piazza door and restored the side porch columns for a more historically accurate aesthetic. They added side and rear landscaping and hardscaping to beautify and enhance the usability of the property's outdoor space, whether that be for entertaining alfresco or enjoying a morning coffee outside. The extensive renovations are not limited to what you can see -- some of the less obvious updates by the current owners include removing ductwork from crawlspace and relocating it into the first floor ceiling, re-wiring the first floor, replacing the fuse box and relocating it to the interior, installing a tankless water heater, and installing a new interior crawl space access (located in the closet under the stairs). Do not miss this gem!
Listing courtesy of William Means Real Estate, Llc.