Overlooking Hampton Park is 153 Moultrie Street, a beautifully renovated home boasting 3,130 square-feet, four bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths. In 2017, the owners completed a foundation-to-roof renovation of the 1920s Craftsman-style home, installing a brand-new kitchen and all new bathrooms, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, back porch, landscaping, roof, and more. Keen on maintaining the historic integrity of the property, the owners received the Preservation Society's Carolopolis award in 2018 in recognition for the quality and thoughtfulness of the renovation. The main floor plan is centered around the chef's kitchen and has large windows that wrap around the house to bring in plenty of natural light. The front porch faces the park and is perfect for neighborly engagement, while the back porch lends to intimate gatherings and family fun with a manicured backyard and cedar garden shed. The two-car driveway has a convenient outlet for charging a golf cart. On the second floor, you will find the master suite, complete with a sunny, oversized bathroom and walk-in closet. Also on the second floor are two spacious bedrooms overlooking Hampton Park and a shared bathroom and tucked-away laundry area. The third floor offers a charming, private guest suite with its own full bathroom and exposed decorative beams. The home is a tasteful blend of both historic and contemporary details, which is the beauty of this turn-key property. Additionally, the property is located in an X-flood zone and does not require flood insurance.
Hampton Park Terrace is a neighborhood recognized on the National Register of Historic Places for its intact concentration of early 20th century buildings. It is bordered by Hampton Park, which is downtown's largest park at 60 acres and which was designed by the same landscape firm as New York's Central Park: Olmstead, Olmstead & Elliott. The neighborhood is known for its beautiful homes, access to the park, and walkability to some of the best new restaurants in Charleston.