The newly constructed Little Pink House boasts two traditional south west facing piazzas, cozy living spaces, and a lofted master suite. The downstairs living space is quaintly designed with a centralized kitchenette and adjoining half bath. The master bedroom enjoys warming afternoon sun with its charming second floor porch.Guest access
This picturesque accessory house is private, yet centrally located in Downtown Charleston, making it the perfect getaway.
Entire accessory house is private and available for guest use. The house is located on the same property as another building containing two apartments. One parking space of the two car driveway is allocated to this property.Additional notes
·House has a kitchenette rather than a full kitchen (microwave, refrigerated/freezer drawers, beverage refrigerator, and portable single-burner cooktop) . Please plan meals accordingly. Guest interaction
·Property is shared with two other apartments.
·Due to the urban and downtown location of the houses, city noises (traffic, construction, neighbors, emergency vehicles, etc.) may be heard.
·Parking and driveway has space for one vehicle. Space may be tight for some large trucks, vans and SUVs. Compact cars and SUVs vehicles fit best.
This is a legal, City of Charleston permitted, bed and breakfast. Please be aware that some listings found outside of the Cannonborough-Elliotborough neighborhood may not be permitted to operate as short term rentals/B&Bs. Illegal listings are subject to being closed down forcing cancellation of all reservations. Our neighborhood is the only allowed short term rental area in the city.
City of Charleston - OP (Phone number hidden by Airbnb)
I am available as much or as little as guests would like.Neighborhood overview
Situated in the heart of the vibrant Cannonborough and Elliotborough neighborhood! This hip & upcoming Cannonborough Elliotborough is home to working professionals, young families, and students. The neighborhood is ever evolving and full of energy, yet positioned adjacent to the upper King St. dining and shopping districts. Getting around
·Locally recognized neighborhood eateries and bars (Chubby Fish, Trattoria Luca, D'Alesandros Pizza, Wildflower Bakery, Elliotborough MiniBar) are just steps away!
·Walking, ubering, riding bikes, and alternative methods of transportation are highly recommended. City parking & driving can be a challenge. Close proximity (0.3 miles/4 blocks) to upper King Street shopping & dining district and majority of downtown sites & attractions!
·Short 20 minute drive from Charleston Airport. Rental cars not a necessity if open to walking, ubering, and/or riding bikes around the downtown area. Airport shuttles and/or ride sharing options are available from third party providers for a reasonable cost.