About 64 Warren Street
Located in the heart of downtown's Radcliffeborough neighborhood, this delightful home exudes history and charm. Known as the James Gabeau House, this circa 1816 residence was one of the first significant homes to be built in the neighborhood. This home offers an updated interior, light-filled living spaces, a ''double'' lot, and a private pool, all while being nestled in the heart of the city. A full front porch looks out over the residential street, which is conveniently located just steps away from popular King Street restaurants and shops. Inside, the home has a traditional floor plan with preserved historic details including original heart pine floors, detailed moldings, and original fireplaces. An entry foyer transitions into the formal rooms, which include the study andliving room, with nice features such as fireplaces, tall ceilings, and great natural light. The rear of the home has been fully renovated and now includes the dining room, wet bar and kitchen. These light-filled spaces have been updated with thoughtful touches including shiplap ceilings, exposed brick walls, custom cabinets, high-end appliances, a center island, and quartz counters. Multiple sets of French glass doors open to the expansive screened porch, creating a cohesive indoor/outdoor living space. The second floor of the home includes the primary bedroom suite, which has access to a private covered porch overlooking the backyard and also includes an en suite bathroom with two granite-topped vanities, a soaking tub, and an oversized shower. There are an additional four bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths in the home. Outdoor living spaces abound at this home and include a full front porch, two rear porches, and a large, fenced backyard complete with mature trees, a dining patio and an inground pool perfect for those warm Charleston days! Due to the lot size there is potential for an additional structure(s) to be built with approval from HCF and the City of Charleston.