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Charming 1860 cottage wants $795K in South Carolina

With a healthy dose of Southern charm

White-framed house with front porched, gabled roof, brick courtyard.
The home was originally built in 1860.
Photos courtesy of Nichols Team

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Location: Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

Price: $795,000

The charmers keep coming out of South Carolina, where another cottage—this time historic—has come on the market in the Old Village neighborhood of Mount Pleasant in Charleston County, South Carolina.

Built in 1860 and since updated, the efficient 1,145-square-foot wood-framed residence features just one bedroom, but you won’t feel lacking for space. That’s because the rest of the home offers multiple living opportunities.

These include a huge kitchen with 16-foot cathedral ceilings and skylights, a sitting room with fireplace and built-in storage and shelves, and another sunny lounge with direct access to a backyard porch, both with exposed-beam ceilings.

The many windows throughout are all shuttered, adding another quaint southern detail to the cozy home. The ensuite master includes a wall of built-in closets.

As for the outside, the aforementioned backyard, a brick front courtyard, and covered front porch offer additional outdoor entertaining and relaxation opportunities. Located at 114 Pitt Street, it’s offered at $795,000.

Courtesy of Nichols Team