This three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom home was built in 2001 with all the benefits of modern standards and construction but the charm of a classic Charleston single. It has recently been stylishly renovated to embrace current contemporary design aesthetics, setting it apart from other homes in the neighborhood.Located on Felix Street, it is situated in the sought-after Elliotborough neighborhood and is just three blocks to upper King Street design district and its great restaurants and boutiques. The home is also just a short walk or bike ride from MUSC, the College of Charleston and much more. A rarity downtown with gated driveway that accommodates multiple large vehicles.The renovation team for 2 Felix Street included well-known and respected professionals including Jen Langston, designer, and Brett Elred, contractor. The furnishings and décor could be negotiated with the purchase of the home.
The exterior of 2 Felix Street pays homage to traditional Lowcountry architecture with double piazzas, a brick driveaway with a decorative iron gate and walled garden. It has been refreshed with new shutters, gas lanterns and fresh paint. Additionally, you will find expansive storage beneath the elevated home.
The two-story home has heart pine hardwood floors, 9-foot ceilings and large windows with plantation shutters throughout. On the first floor, there are two living spaces; a more formal living room at the front of the house with a ventless gas fireplace and built-in shelves, plus a comfortable family room with shiplap that is adjacent to the kitchen. There is also a powder room on the main level.
The modern chef's kitchen has been outfitted with an expansive center island with bar seating, new premier stainless-steel appliances, new upper cabinets and dual-tone cabinet doors, abundant storage, and tile backsplash. Striking design features include raw wood floating shelves and new sconces and pendant lighting. The kitchen is a wide and open space perfect for entertaining as its open the dining room and overlooks the den.
Upstairs, the large owner's suite has a walk-in closet with sliding barn doors, a bathroom that has been wholly updated with sleek, contemporary finishes, dual sinks, a large soaking and glass-and-tile shower. First guest room has access to the upstairs porch and share a full hall bathroom that has also been fully renovated.