1736 N. Grimball Road, Charleston, SC, 29412

1736 N. Grimball Road Charleston, SC 29412

Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Oct 07, 2022


This is a rare opportunity to purchase a unique and flexible property on James Island with historical significance. With flexible zoning that allows a variety of commercial or residential uses, 1736 N. Grimball Road features a recently renovated two-story building currently being utilized as an office (1st Floor) and a long-term residential rental (2nd floor). Both units feature open floor plans with fully functioning kitchens and bathrooms and can even be combined into a single unit/residence – presenting several use possibilities for an owner-occupant or investor. The parcel boasts several mature oaks and landscaping around a large parking area/yard that provides privacy and functionality.

The property is centrally located on James Island at the intersection of Grimball Road and Riverland Drive. It is across from the brand new Publix at Riverland Market and just minutes from residential clusters on James Island, Folly Beach, and Downtown Charleston.

Building Size: 1760sq ft
Building Class: A
Lot Size: 0 acres


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