Welcome to 625 Prince Street. This charming late Victorian row house sits in the heart of the historic port of Georgetown, just one block from the riverfront museums, restaurants, marinas, and shopping. Built by local entrepreneur Mark Moses in 1894 as part of four similar “sister” houses (617-627 Prince), this 2500 sq ft dwelling was converted into a duplex by the current owner in 1978. The entire house has turn-of-the-century hardwood floors, high ceilings, and large windows characteristic of the period. The bottom floor served as a law office for many years and is now ready for renovation. The top floor is gorgeous: 2 bedrooms/1 bath, recently remodeled with all new appliances and a new kitchen. There are separate entrances for both floors at the front and rear, plus a two-story porch. 625 Prince is now residential income property, with the potential to be used for light commercial, or to be easily reconverted to a single-family house. This exceptional property is located in the heart of the Georgetown’s historic district, a large walkable area of sidewalks shaded by live oaks separating them from the street. Located just 45 minutes south of Myrtle Beach and 80 minutes from Charleston, Georgetown was recently voted USA Today’s best small coastal city in America.
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