- Three Bedrooms, Two Baths
- Two Queens, Two Twins (One Trundle), Queen Sleeper Sofa
- Sleeps 8
- Second Floor Unit
- Fully Equipped Kitchen
- Shared Patio with Grill
- Off-Street Parking
- Dog Friendly
This charming, historic home is perfect for large groups as it sleeps up to eight guests in three bedrooms, and even includes a washer/dryer and two off-street parking spaces. The home was decorated by two artists, creating a wonderful fusion of artsy sophistication with traditional touches.
The large, elegant bedroom has a stunning four-post queen bed with entry to its own piazza. Another large, quiet bedroom is located in the back of the house and features a queen bed, while the third bedroom includes a trundle bed to make two, full-sized beds with its own entry to the rear porch. The fully-equipped kitchen includes an island and is open to a large sun-lit living/dining room area featuring a queen sleeper sofa and original, hardwood floors.
There are two, full marble bathrooms; one with a tub/shower combo and the other has a claw foot tub. Relax on the front porch or follow the cobbled walkway to grill up some food on the hidden garden patio, which is shared with the downstairs unit.
This spectacular Charleston getaway has a surprisingly unique setting for a downtown home with its spacious side yards, private patio and view of a tropical arboretum next door. Best of all, it’s dog-friendly! Walk Away Stays provides the highest quality luxury linens, towels, hotel style toiletries, and the finest Charleston roasted coffee for your convenience.
“We had the perfect vacation with our grown children thanks to Walk Away Stays! The apartment we stayed in, 242B, was comfortable and perfect for our needs. The location was great, too!” - Sharon
“This was a great rental. Walk Away Stays was very responsive, and they even brought some Christmas cookies by. The apartment was just as the pictures show. The floor was especially beautiful: high gloss old pine planks. Its very roomy. You do hear if the people downstairs make some noise, but thankfully this was not much of an issue. The neighborhood is nice - you can walk to great restaurants. We highly recommend Five Loaves. It is a bit of a hike to the historic district the the free tram only runs every 30 min, or you can walk 10 min to one that runs every 12 min, but its nice to walk to everything.” - Judith