4 F Street

Subdivision: 
North Central
County: 
Charleston
Bedrooms: 
4
Bathrooms: 
4
Baths Half: 
1
Square Feet: 
1621.00
Property Type: 
Single Family - Detached
Style: 
Charleston Single
Stories: 
2 Stories
Year Built: 
2017
MLS#: 
17032905
Listing Office: 
Current List Price: 
$509,000

Number 4 F Street is a New Construction Charleston Single designed on Charleston's Future Low Line Park just out the front door of this home. In this small section of Charleston's North Central neighborhood, you find yourself tucked away just off King Street steps away from several of the City's best restaurants like Leon's & Little Jacks. The home is well laid out and appointed that it offers tall ceilings, a beautiful kitchen with stainless steel appliances, wide plank wood floors throughout, first-floor master with three additional bedrooms with ensuites, so everyone gets a master suite. Set your showing up today.

Don't miss a great opportunity to own a new home on Charleston's Low Line Park. The Lowcountry Low Line will repurpose 1.6 miles of unused railroad that stretches down the Charleston Peninsula's spine from Courtland Avenue to Woolfe Street. The land would be converted into a linear park, serving as an excellent civic space that provides a safe avenue for biking and walking, as well as a host of other benefits. When the construction of I-26 began in 1964, it fractured the peninsula, breaking up neighborhoods and communities.

The fault line created by I-26 runs parallel to the Low Line. The park will serve as the backbone of a dynamic network that will connect the entire peninsula through unprecedented access and bridge both existing and future parks and recreational areas. Residents will benefit from easy access to work and school, and commuting between distinct neighborhoods will be more accessible and safer than ever before. Plans are underway to link the peninsula from Mount Pleasant Street all the way to Marion Square.

The City is also working with SCDOT to join the Low Line with the Ravenel Bridge. And, in the future, a bike and pedestrian path will connect the Low Line to Hampton Park, Laurel Island, the new skate park, Magnolia, West Edge and MUSC. The area fractured by I-26 will be stitched back together, and the Peninsula will connect from end to end once again all out the front door of your new home.



4 F Street
Charleston, SC 29403