1123 North Pinckney Street is a $479,000, 1,553 square foot, 4 bedroom, 2.0 bath home on a 0.64 acre lot located in Mcclellanville, SC.
VILLAGE of McCLELLANVILLE - circa 1913 This cozy four bedroom - two bath cottage has a wonderful setting and is in a conveniently located point of this tiny coastal town. It has welcoming access front or back from either South or North Pinckney Street. Enter from the garage side and a white picket fence with a winding brick walkway welcomes you to the rear entrance of the home. Step up to a secluded sundeck that is screened by mature boxwoods, holly and fragrant tea olives, a wonderful space for outdoor dining. From here enter the home by way of a sunlit Carolina room and feel the inviting character of this 100+ year-old residence, fondly known by villagers as 'Miss Minnie's house', a lively little lady of years gone by who was known for her entertaining.Next is the kitchen, efficient with all the necessities, including a gas range, dishwasher and a stainless fridge. Just off of the kitchen is the wainscoted dining room. Note the pine wood floors, authentic beadboard paneling, and heavy fluted door and window trim (complete with bullseye rosettes), all in their original condition. These features flow through the rest of the home radiating warmth and character of another era. A few steps away is a bonus room, which is counted as a bedroom but is currently being used as the family den. It has an adjoining bath/shower which would come in handy as a downstairs bedroom should mobility be an issue. On the opposite side of the dining room, there is a nice-sized living room with a cozy gas fireplace that does a great job of warming this area and beyond on those chilly Lowcountry nights. In warmer weather, there is an adjacent large screen porch to catch the summer breezes and enjoy evening cocktails with friends. Continue upstairs to three bedrooms and a central bath. The largest room is presently being used as the primary bedroom. It has a closet while the other two smaller rooms do not, a common characteristic of the older historic homes in the area. Outside are majestic moss laden live oaks, mature pecan trees, and a well-established lawn surrounded by an abundance of greenery and flowering shrubbery of various types. There is also a separate two-car garage with one bay presently partitioned off for a workshop/laundry room that houses the washer and dryer. There is a paved driveway with ample room for parking several cars or boats. Bike or golf cart to the Creecs school, post office, dining, library, or shopping, all only a short distance away. With the Town public launch just down the street, you can be in your boat in minutes heading out to some of the most pristine waters on the Eastern Seaboard. Experience world-class fishing and secluded beaches, and explore the vast, wild outdoors of the Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge, Santee Coastal Delta, and the Francis Marion Forest, all based in your own backyard! This is Lowcountry Heaven and at this great price, now is the perfect time to acquire this unpolished gem and make it yours! Don't miss this opportunity. Make your showing appointment today.
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