Property is located in an X Flood zone - no flooding during current ownership and No flood insurance is required! A beautifully restored historic residence with water views on Rainbow Row, the Inglis Arch House, circa 1787, is perfectly suited for every lifestyle. Enter through the iron gate at the front of the home down a lantern lit covered walkway to the main entrance, which opens to a large entry hall with powder room and three different storage closets. The gracious dine in kitchen to the right of the entry hall is open and spacious. With double ovens, a large Wolf gas range, and generous island, it is ideal whether you are cooking for one or twenty, eating by the fireplace at breakfast, or with a few guests for less formal occasions. The light filled Atrium living room just off the kitchen opens to a private courtyard and is perfect for hosting 8-15 guests or just relaxing in front of the television by the fire. Head up the grand staircase to the red drawing room on the second floor for a more formal dining space, or even for pre or post dinner dancing, complete with a third roaring fireplace, wet bar, and three sets of French doors to bring in a cool breeze from the courtyard. A surprisingly quiet guest bedroom overlooking East Bay Street, full bathroom, laundry room, and gracious landing are also conveniently located on the second floor. The grand master suite, complete with walk in closets, his and her bathrooms, and sitting room/guest bedroom can be found on the top floor. A fourth fireplace, beamed ceilings, and arched doorways make this a quiet and relaxing owners retreat. The rooftop deck can be accessed via the elevator, which opens to every floor. When entertaining guests, whisk them up the elevator to the rooftop directly from the first floor entry hall for spectacular sunset views of the Cooper River, the Ravenel Bridge, and the Peninsula. One to two parking spaces (depending on the car size) on the street in front of the home for the owner's exclusive use. See documents for plans to convert to a full car garage. There is a Historic Charleston Foundation Preservation Easement on the facade and garden. The following light fixtures do not convey: all light fixtures on first floor, wall sconces in second floor guest bedroom and bathroom, the red light fixture on second floor stair landing, the chandelier and wall sconces in master bedroom on third floor. All window treatments can convey upon request except hanging drapes in the 2nd floor guest bedroom.
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