Open house planned Sunday for Charleston townhouses

Posted 9/13/18

Charleston’s newest townhouses will be on display during an open house Sunday, 2 to 4 p.m.

Located at 110 and 114 Hill St. in Charleston, these two-bedroom townhouses were built by James Daniel Smith Construction.

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Open house planned Sunday for Charleston townhouses

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Charleston’s newest townhouses will be on display during an open house Sunday, 2 to 4 p.m.
Located at 110 and 114 Hill St. in Charleston, these two-bedroom townhouses were built by James Daniel Smith Construction.

Side-by-side, the exterior has vertical vinyl siding in shades of gray — one dark gray and the other light gray. The siding is dressed up with brick skirting and a covered portico on each entrance.

To enhance curb appeal and draw a distinct difference between the townhouses, one porch has a shed and the other a dormer roof.

The roofing on the townhouses are separate, so one may be replaced without impacting the other, noted Jim Smith, builder. The townhouses have mirrored interiors.

The townhouses have an open floor plan with the living room flowing into the kitchen. The area has beautiful hardwood flooring, a double window in the living room and a windowed door in the kitchen to allow plenty of natural light.

Another feature of the area is inset lighting and beautiful crown molding. The molding is a feature around all the interior doors and windows.
The kitchen’s granite counter extends to form an eat-in bar in the living area.

An extended granite counter in the kitchen allows room to put eating area stools

The kitchen features stainless-steel Whirlpool appliances — dishwasher, microwave and smooth-top range. The KraftMaid cabinets have square-style doors topped with crown molding and offer plenty of storage space. Every possible cabinet space is utilized with doors opening to corner areas. There are also plenty of drawers to stash your kitchen utensils. The stainless-steel double sink is deep and features a faucet with pull-off element for ease of use.
Double-doors off the kitchen hide a spacious laundry facility. Wire shelfing offers storage space. The area looks big enough to insert a small cabinet between the washer and dryer for additional space. This is also were the hot water heater is located.

Just off the living room is the bedroom section. Both bedrooms have carpeting, fan-ceiling lights, a nice-sized closet and a single window. One overlooks the front and the other a small backyard.

The bathroom is located with easy access from all sections of the townhouse. It has a vinyl tub/shower fixture. The vanity has granite counters and KraftMaid cabinets. The flooring is a ceramic planking-looking tile. A small window over the tub allows natural light into the room.

The door off the kitchen opens to a small deck, which is large enough to accommodate a barbecue grill and a chair or two. Fencing between the townhouses and at the back of the lot offers privacy for the new homeowner.

The townhouses each have approximately 976 square feet of living space. There is ceiling storage and crawlspace.

Offering easy maintenance, the townhouses have pebbles along the front and sides. There are electrical outlets and water faucets at both the front and back of each townhouse. The large concrete driveway offers plenty of parking space.

The heat and air-conditioning unit is a Rheem.

The townhouses are zoned for Charleston Elementary, Ocoee Middle School and Walker Valley High School.

They are within walking distance of the Piggly Wiggly food store.

The townhouses are being shown by the Melody Smith Team at KW Cleveland.

The asking price for each of the townhouses is $139,900.
Directions: From Keith Street go north to North Lee Highway until you reach Charleston. Turn left on Hill Street N.W. The townhouses are on the right.

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