About 9 Cordes Street
9 Cordes Street -
Renovated 3 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom condo available located in the popular, laid-back French Quarter neighborhood. Located just off of East Bay Street in the heart of the historic downtown district in a premium location that includes parking!
Accessed by its own entrance/exit, the condo features an open floor plan that accommodates both dining and lounge space, making it great for couples or family looking to spend time together or enjoy a meal. The kitchen features a round dining table plus additional island with additional bar seats. Fully equipped kitchen with basic cooking/kitchenware. Half bath is located directly off of the kitchen and living room space.
A second living area is located on the second floor along with a sleeper sofa, a full bath featuring a large soaking tub and laundry room equipped with a washer and dryer.
Three bedrooms and two full baths are located on the 3rd level. Two bedrooms have Queen sized beds and the third has two twin sized beds. There is an additional reading nook in the hall that has a full sized bed.
Parking: One off-street parking space is provided. Additional parking spot may be available, please inquire.
*Pets welcome with deposit.
*This property may be rented along with the unit next door, 7 Cordes Street. See listing here: https://www.duvethomes.com/listings/detail/d33e76ef-56dd-4e65-af85-f4ba208ea802
The French Quarter is the oldest section of Downtown Charleston, bounded on the south by Broad Street and the north by the City Market. The condo is less than 100 steps from the famed Pineapple Fountain in Charleston's luxurious Waterfront Park and the nearby dog park. The neighborhood is home to the Charleston Art Walk, an evening held many times a year where Charleston residents and visitors alike enjoy gallery hopping and wine tasting along its storied streets. Here you will also find theaters like the famed Dock Street, churches, inns and secret gardens waiting to be discovered. Charleston's historic French Quarter is a small neighborhood on the Southeastern corner of the peninsula, with Broad, Meeting, East Bay, and South Market streets acting as perimeters. The neighborhood is filled with historic churches and museums, theaters, art galleries and even some haunted cemeteries. The French Quarter may be the most romantic of Charleston's districts, and is perfect for leisurely walks, exploring historic sites, and immersing yourself in centuries of city history.
No Cats Allowed