Originally four contiguous lots (124,126,128,130 Grove Street), Grove House presents an artfully designed contemporary home created by renowned local architect Kevan Hoertdoerfer.
The architect visualized and delivered an open and light filled floor plan that reflects and encourages creativity in all form and function. This home re-imagines the Charleston home experience via space and livability and offers unobstructed views of adjacent Hampton Park through expansive floor to ceiling walls of glass.
The architect's "Home is Art" aesthetic carries over from his recently published work at Hampton House - 116 Grove Street. This evolution of Grove Street as the center of Charleston's contemporary design movement is reflective of the local community's embrace of creative diversity.
Hampton Park and the blossoming art and culinary scene has made this area the neighborhood of choice for many in our local creative and tech communities.
The surrounding neighborhood will also appeal to those who appreciate the ever evolving mix of highly acclaimed restaurants, art galleries, wine bars and local watering holes...all within strolling distance. Whether it's the James Beard award winning Rodney Scott's or the fresh wholesome goodness of Huriyali market + cafe...the best of Charleston's food scene is just out the door.
This singular offering also includes a range of investment return options that will allow the future owner to be a part of the community's creative process, as this property offering comes with fully permitted plans for another beautifully designed "Hoertdoerfer" home that can be built at a later date as a separately zoned single family residence.
Special note: 116 Grove is a founding sponsor of the Redux Contemporary Art Center's "Home is Art" community outreach program. Students from the local James Simons School were awarded scholarships to attend design sessions at Redux that exposed budding architects to the works of Frank Gehry, I.M. Pei, Rem Koolhaas, Renzo Piano, and more.