Historic Sale Recorded At 20 Short Street In Harleston Village
Robertson Allen, founding partner of The Cassina Group, recently sold 20 Short Street in downtown’s Harleston Village neighborhood. The 2,217 square foot property closed for $3,000,000, with a sold price per square foot of $1,353.18. This represents the highest price per square foot sale recorded so far this year, and the third highest price per square foot sale ever recorded on the Lower Peninsula. Allen was also involved with the sale of 9 Prices Alley in February of 2022, which holds the record for the highest price per square foot home sold downtown. 20 Short Street was listed by Robertson Allen and was on the market just nineteen days prior to closing.
“20 Short Street is truly a one-of-a-kind property,” said Allen when asked about the recent sale. “The home’s location, along with its flawlessly designed interior and expertly landscaped grounds, drew a lot of well-deserved interest from the moment it was listed, and I am delighted to have delivered such swift results for my seller clients.”
There were numerous showings within the first days it was listed, and it quickly went under contract and closed within 19 days. The 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath property features a circa 1880 meticulously restored classic Charleston single home, a new 2-story addition on the back of the home, and a new one-bedroom, one-bathroom carriage house at the rear of the property. Between the main house and carriage house, the palm tree-lined yard feels like an oasis in the heart of the historic city.
The Cassina Group has established a strong presence in the downtown luxury market. With their expert marketing tactics and curated network, the company is able to deliver successful results for their clients, not only on the peninsula but throughout the Lowcountry. The Cassina Group consistently ranks as the number one boutique firm in the Charleston MLS. For more information on The Cassina Group, please visit CassinaGroup.com.
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