Address: 405 S. Henry Street
Neighborhood: Old Town Village
Always dreamed of your own European style library? Whether you love to read or have a collection to display, this exquisite handcrafted room is unique to this amazing two-story residence in Old Town.
Floor-to-ceiling knotty pine with built-in bookshelves and cabinets, striking cherry parquet floors and gas fireplace creates the heart of this beautiful home. Add the Charleston Charm of the exterior and courtyard, newly refinished hardwood floors and the expansive living and dining space… the main level was made for entertaining! New GE Cafe appliances, gorgeous quartz counters and island, and windows and doors to the back patio — the kitchen provides a lovely setting for those that love to cook.
Just 16 steps to the second level with its gigantic master suite including a sitting room, two walk-in closets and bath with soaking tub, shower and water closet. Two guest rooms, one with high ceilings and four closets, and one with built-ins currently used as an office, and a guest bath complete the interior of the home.
Two-car garage and street parking. Community salt-water pool and gym are just a few of the special amenities of Old Town Village. Walk to King Street Metro, Whole Foods, the PTO and King Street’s shops and restaurants.
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