Presenting 55 Radcliffe, commonly known as 24 Thomas. Circa 1872. Comprised of six individually deeded condominiums. Symmetrically designed w/ identical layouts. Many modern updates via the owner's tenure. Character-defining interiors. Over-sized front porches. Large corner lot. The building retains much of its early 20th century historic architectural character. Gated, secured, covered parking. 24 Thomas retains integrity of location, design, and contributes to the significance of the historic district. Steps to CofC, MUSC & the medical complexes, King and Broad streets, The Battery and more. 5/6 condos are rented. 1 condo is currently utilized by the owner. With a long track record of full occupancy and upward potential, 24 Thomas is the perfect real estate medium for savvy investors. The former buildings of 55 Radcliffe were demolished to make way for the impressive structure existing today. 24 Thomas is 6804 sqft and sits majestically on the corner of Radcliffe and Thomas streets. All condos run front to back. Built in 1931, this building is thought to have been fabricated for the city's new nursing school. Today after myriad updates, modernization and improvements the owner can monitor the property, secured parking, and streets from their phone. A secure building with years of dedicated management ensures its outstanding reputation. Interior period finishes have been preserved to include textured plaster wall finishes, wood picture rails and baseboards, transoms, mantelpieces, French doors at arched cased openings, and built-in cabinetry. This property exudes early 20th century design. While there have been extensive improvements to the building, the floor plans have gone largely without change. The front and back porches allow for cross breezes and convenient entry and exit points. Exterior finishes reminiscent of the era include: weatherboard siding, 6/1 wood sash windows, beaded board porch ceilings and exterior stairways, wood columns, and cast-iron railings. The rear East and South walls are constructed of hollow clay tiles, and the interior walls and ceiling are clad in beaded board. Superior cement tile roofing ensures true longevity and protection from the elements. Red-brick chimneys give way to multiple fire places - all are closed off. Most of the early wood and glass paneled exterior doors remain. 24 Thomas stands proudly in distinctive Radcliffeborough. Originally surveyed by Thomas Radcliffe in 1786, this downtown borough boasts historically significant architecture, gardens, ancient trees, and is known for its premier location. With nothing but growth on the horizon for the area, this prime property affords you the opportunity to invest in a building and city considered one of the darlings within the national real estate landscape. Steeped in history, this property offers its owner many options for enjoyment, real estate use and investment.
Listing courtesy of Carolina One Real Estate.