The William Waller House, built between 1832-1840 is rich in history. Said to be built by Richard Holloway due to the Palladian window in the front gable and other key details, the features include ornate plaster moldings, wide plank heart of pine floors and 11′ plus ceilings. Grand double piazzas, a slate roof, original wrought iron gates, and marble surrounding two of four fireplaces round out the remarkable finishes. Historically, a home built at this time had a separate kitchen not attached to the home to protect from the open flame. An addition has since been added to combine the main house with original kitchen house, offering a floor plan that has endless potential for its end user. ***MORE BELOW***
Currently, the kitchen house is used as a 2-BDR rental unit and the property also boasts an additional detached duplex, built in the 1970’s. The two units in the duplex are mirror images of each other with kitchen, living and full bathroom upstairs. Each unit has a beautiful open stair case, a yard and plenty of parking.
This home is just steps from MUSC, The College of Charleston and Ashley Hall. There are four meters already in place, and 6+ off-street parking spots in the driveway, as well as the potential for an additional 8 street passes obtainable through the city. This property has so much potential, and is in the highly sought after Radcliffborough section of downtown Charleston.