Captain Francis Baker built this charming stucco-over-brick Charleston single in 1747. The house was later converted to a dry goods store and restored in 1935. It was restored again in the late 1980ís and then updated with all new wiring, plumbing, master bath, and gourmet kitchen in 2003. The first floor entry foyer leads you to a formal living room with gas fireplace, a formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, and half bath. From the double french doors in the kitchen youíll find a private high brick courtyard with manicured gardens, complete with a mosquito misting system and a long lap pool. The pool extends through the old dependency believed to have been the carriage house.
On the 2nd floor youíll find a large master bedroom complete with a gorgeous ensuite, laundry closet with a stacking washer/dryer, and walk-in closet. Across the hall is the study with gas fireplace that could be used as a second living area. On the 3rd floor, there are 2 dormer bedrooms that share a full bath in between. Thereís gorgeous wide-plank heart pine floors throughout the house with tile in the kitchen. This house is located on high ground and has no history flooding. Close to all the shopping and dining King St has to offer. 21st century amenities with historic charm! Donít miss this opportunity to own a piece of Charleston history!