Great investment opportunity in Downtown Charleston! The Henry Cobia House, of the late-Classical Revival style, is a masonry structure built circa 1840's and consists of nine apartments with 9-10 off-street parking spaces. A total of thirteen bedrooms and eleven baths with separate electric, gas and water meters for all units on nearly a quarter of an acre. Located in close proximity to the College of Charleston, King Street and MUSC, this property provides a great rate of return and strong occupancy for an investor or owner/occupant.
Listing courtesy of Carolina One Real Estate.