Mount Pleasant Magazine March/April 2023

105 www. TopTenHomesSo ld. com | www. ChsAgent s . com | www. VOICE for rea l es tate. com Situated with 127 feet of marsh frontage on the Charleston Harbor, 109 Center St., Mount Pleasant, reflects the relaxed character of the Old Village District. Realtor and neighbor Mac Jenkinson is very familiar with this unique property’s story. “The home’s greatest values may be in its prized harborfront position, its breathtaking panoramic views that extend to the Atlantic Ocean, its significant lot size and its quiet location in the historic Old Village. But the house also boasts a 2012 complete remodel to accommodate today’s modern amenities without sacrificing its historic charm and appearance.” Weathered front doors, white picket fencing, casual walkways and scattered hedges and shrubbery suggest a deliberate, relaxed ambiance. Mature oak trees gracefully shade the front lawn, which gently rolls down to the marsh. From there, a 446-foot private dock reaches out onto deep water. This one-story home consists of two wings and a large center living area. A modern kitchen anchors the heart of the home, complete with high end amenities and appliances, custom cabinetry and quaint stained glass cupboard fronts. Cathedral and tray ceilings keep the living spaces open and airy, while wood and ceramic tile floors provide both warmth and sophistication. A 1,000-square-foot in-law suite was added to the home during its remodel. A simple patio with seating and dining spaces nestles between the house’s two wings – a private space where family and friends can gather to enjoy the breath-taking views and make special memories in the shelter of their much loved home. At a Glance Built: 1930 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 4 Square Footage: 4,120 Lot Size: .68 acres Last Sold: 12/19/22 Price: $7,400,000 Listing Agents: Mac Jenkinson and Gordon Jenkinson Where life was always good Old Village