$590,000.00 Built in 1807, The Noyer-Wildhagen House is a beautiful grand masonry property located on the western boundary of the Ansonborough neighborhood. In the early 1900’s, this ground level condominium was used as a doctor’s office and later as one of the last remaining soda fountain drugstores in Charleston. For the past decade, this unit has served as an excellent location for a local law firm. The space includes 1 deeded parking space on-site, high visibility along the main thoroughfare in the Downtown business district, and provides great signage along Meeting Street. Additional parking is available on an adjacent property for a monthly fee. The floor plan consists of 1 receptionist office, 3 private offices, conference area, a storage room, multiple closets, 2 restrooms, a covered patio sitting area at the entrance, beautiful fireplaces, & exposed brick. Zoned General Business. This is an excellent office condominium purchase, or this property can provide the opportunity for the rare live-work space in the heart of Historic Downtown Charleston.
Regime Fees for 2017 are $381.00 per month. A copy of the POA Master Deed is attached along with a floor plan & elevations. A copy of the 2017 POA Budget is available upon request.