History / Trivia:
Pink House is a historic house located at 17 Chalmers Street and t is one of the oldest buildings in South Carolina and is the second oldest residence in Charleston after the Colonel William Rhett House The house was built between 1694 and 1712 of pinkish Bermuda stone by John Breton.
French Quarter Living:
The French Quarter of historic Charleston s basically within the original "walled" city of Charleston. The area began being called the French Quarter in 1973 when preservation efforts began for warehouse buildings on the Lodge Alley block. The name recognizes the high concentration of French merchants in the area's history.
Currently the French Quarter is a mix of residential and commercial buildings. Lovely cobble stone streets original to Charleston remain in the neighborhood. Many lovely restaurants are in the area. Art galleries along beautiful tree lined streets. Centrally located to all that Charleston has to offer.
Rare parking spaces for sale less than one block to King Street. Currently being rented for short term parking and generating $6,620 per year in gross income.