36 Sowell St, Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464, Featured Charleston Listings from Jay Costa - CNM: SM4

36 Sowell St
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

Address Sold / 36 Sowell St
Location Mt. Pleasant, SC
Community I'On
Area Mount Pleasant
Price $839,500.00
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3.5
Property Type Residential
Sq Footage 2402
Agent Jay Costa


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A quintessential I'on home. Charming and inviting, this home is in pristine condition and is ready for the perfect owners to move in and call it home. From the moment you enter this home with an open floor plan, you will notice the attention to detail and the warmth in design. The living room is spacious yet cozy and has a fireplace for the few chilly evenings we have here in Charleston, as well as recessed lighting. The new kitchen has everything a pampered chef needs: stainless steel appliances, quartz counter tops, new cabinets, farmer's sink, built in microwave, double oven, gas range, tile back splash and a large pass through from the kitchen to the living/dining combo, giving that open concept feel. You don't have to miss out on entertaining!

The laundry area has new cabinets and sink. The main rooms and hallway and stairway have heart of pine floors and the bedrooms are newly carpeted.
The master bedroom is on the second floor and has a large porch to catch those summer evening breezes. The master closet has new built-ins. The master bathroom has a jetted tub and huge walk in shower - steam room. The third floor offers a cozy style bedroom with enough space for an office and a bathroom perfect for guests.

New light fixtures have been installed in all bathrooms and the dining room. The house is complete with plantation shutters, new ceiling fans and a light airy feel.

A one car garage built in 2016, features a covered patio and an unfurnished second floor, plumbed and ready to complete a studio apartment. The garage square footage is: first floor 312 sq ft, second floor 252 sq ft and covered patio 252 sq ft. The driveway is spacious enough to fit 4 cars. Additionally, the lot backs up to the Rookery, a bird sanctuary.