40 Ashe Street (B) is a quaint historic home located in historic downtown Charleston in the trendy Cannonborough/Elliotborough neighborhood also known as the “Gateway to the Penninsula”. The streets of this neighborhood have a great energy and is home to a number of local restaurants, flower shops, bakeries, and other small boutiques.
“Cottage B” is cute as a button and sits right behind the main house. Open the door to this bohemian bungalow into a stunning living room and dining area. Adorn with original pine wood flooring, fireplace, private back terrace with additional seating and a grill.
The master bedroom doesn't disappoint with a heavenly king bed. Roll away mattress/pack n play for kids can be furnished upon request. The second bedroom comes complete with a super comfy full/queen size bed. The main living area has a pull out couch with an extra soft pillow top for extra comfort. Both rooms are complete with TV and cable. This cozy cottage has a newly renovated bathroom complete with a luxurious shower and tub if you want to relax with a bubble bath. The newly designed kitchen is complete with granite countertops, microwave, Nespresso coffee maker, oven/stove, and fridge that can be stocked prior to your arrival at guests request. The cottage has onsite washer and dryer for your convenience.
Guests can enjoy free use of cruiser bikes (upon request) to explore the city, free parking (driveway suitable for one or two compact cars) off street parking is available as well and WIFI access.
Located near the campus of the Medical University of South Carolina and downtown King Street, Coming Street Grocery and Charlie's Grocery On Spring. For a morning stroll, guests can sip on hot tea or coffee at ICE BING Cafe, Tapio - A Boba Tea Cafe and Five Loaves Cafe. For a taste of Charleston’s award-winning cuisine, nearby restaurants include; Nacha Mama's Taqueria/downtown, Trattoria Lucca striving to provide Charleston with the most authentic imported Italian ingredients as well as local ingredients and farm fresh produce from the lowcountry area or if you want laid back and kicked back head to D'Allesandro's for trivia, local beers, and a great pizza pie. To crave your late night sweet tooth, WildFlour Pastry and Sugar Bakeshop are right around the corner. Also nearby; Mitchell Playground, Medical University of South Carolina and Wraggs Mall.