With so many options for Downtown Charleston SC homes and also waterfront properties,  waterfront condos for salenew construction it is key to have the right agent before you purchase a new home. I have successfully helped homeowners in the Downtown Charleston SC area find homes of their dreams by meeting their every need. Downtown Charleston is one of the most historic and livable cities in the entire United States. Although most of downtown is considered “historic”, the most popular desired street with many historically significant homes for sale on Tradd St. The downtown Charleston real estate market consists primarily of 9 boroughs or neighborhoods with the three most expensive being French Quarter, South of BroadHarleston Village, and Harleston Green. Consisting of both detached homes, townhouses and condos. The 29401 area code is the most expensive property per square foot in the entire state of S.C. and if you want to own downtown the more affordable homes are in 29403 (scroll down further) or “outside the crosstown” as it’s known locally. 

MLS Listings Data

Total Listings:
325
Average Price:
$1,405,347
Highest Listing Price:
$12,499,000
Average Days On Market:
170
Average Price/Sqft:
$616

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Number of MLS Listings 1 - 15 of 325

#204 - the North Flat, is one of just two opportunities left for you to...

#204 - the North Flat, is one of just two opportunities left for you to become part of Historic Charleston's new distinctive address, Harleston Gates, with projected completion in the Spring of 2020. As of January 2020, drywall has been completed! With just four flats and four penthouses, these boutique residences showcase the very best of elegant contemporary living in a classically inspired framework. The North Flat offers ten foot ceilings, a gracious open floor plan, a spacious master suite, and opulent appointments. With views to Wentworth Mansion and french doors to a balcony set amidst the trees, this Flat is one-of-a kind. One of the most impressive residential buildings ever to be built in Charleston, Harleston Gates is constructed with steel, concrete, and

$ 1,750,000
View details Beds - 3 Baths - 3 Sqft - 1758
One of the most spectacular boutique condominium buildings ever created in...

One of the most spectacular boutique condominium buildings ever created in Charleston, Harleston Gates is estimated to be ready for its owners in the late Spring. As of January 2020, drywall has been completed! Each residence is outfitted with the finest of finishes, and includes two secured parking spaces in the enclosed garage along with a doorman/concierge to attend to your every need. The South Flat (#202) offers a bright and gracious open floor plan with southwestern exposures in the nearly 40 foot wide living room. The kitchen is outfitted in ceiling height custom cabinetry as well as Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances. Additionally, you'll find 10-foot ceilings throughout, a gas fireplace, a generous master suite with an expansive closet, a private veranda, and a private garage entryway

$ 2,100,000
View details Beds - 3 Baths - 3 Sqft - 2104
One of the finest major surviving Italianate buildings erected in...

One of the finest major surviving Italianate buildings erected in Charleston before the civil war. The front facade features an L-shaped asymmetrical plan with pedimented front gable and arched wooden loggias. The scale, interior arrangement and its ornamentation are ideal for social gatherings. There is a semi-circular staircase lit by an octagonal skylight. There are four bedrooms in the main house, a large eat in kitchen and numerous sitting rooms. At the rear of the property are the original dependencies which provide a two car garage and two separate one bedroom apartments. The lot is one of the largest in the neighborhood with a high privacy wall and plenty of room to build a pool and outdoor entertaining area.

$ 4,750,000
View details Beds - 7 Baths - 5 Sqft - 7059
Great South of Broad location!! Beautiful renovation has been completed on...

Great South of Broad location!! Beautiful renovation has been completed on this charming home tucked on back of lot away from street. Low maintenance front garden is very welcoming with an entrance through the garden gate which gives a sense of privacy. Gracious living areas with fireplaces are wonderful for relaxing or entertaining. Updated kitchen offers top of the line appliances. Front porch with dining table and sitting area is perfect for outdoor dining. Just a few steps from the harbor and within walking distance of Charleston's finest restaurants.

$ 1,325,000
View details Beds - 3 Baths - 2 Sqft - 2021
REDUCED PRICE AND BEST WATERFRONT VALUE IN CHARLESTON! Stately 1924...

REDUCED PRICE AND BEST WATERFRONT VALUE IN CHARLESTON! Stately 1924 replica of the Twickenham Plantation house, located on Charleston's iconic Murray Boulevard. House is built above flood elevation and has had no water inside during any storm! Generous deep porches welcome you into this light-filled home, with large windows providing direct views of the water and passing boats. Built in the Federal style, this double house has large front rooms connected across the entrance hall, with kitchen, sunroom, and den in the rear. Ideally suited for entertaining and family life. A covered piazza off the sunroom provides an inviting connection to the large private walled garden with grand oaks and beautifully planted beds. The master suite occupies half of the second floor,

$ 3,195,000
View details Beds - 4 Baths - 3 Sqft - 4869
Halsey Park RESALE! Amazing Views!! This popular neighborhood is the...

Halsey Park RESALE! Amazing Views!! This popular neighborhood is the newest jewel in downtown Charleston. Blending old world charm with modern day living this classically designed, fee simple, townhouse is truly turnkey. This corner unit affords unobstructed views of the marina and Ashley River. Finished in 2016, this 2,969 sq ft, 3 bed, 3.5 bath, 4 car garage corner unit was customized with the finest upgrades and finishes. There is an additional 1700 sq ft of outdoor living space. The rooftop terrace, with gas fireplace, is the perfect place for entertaining, as well as 2 large screened piazza's off the back of the townhouse, perfect for relaxing. The townhouse has a reverse floor plan. There is a paneled elevator accessing all floors.

$ 1,999,000
View details Beds - 3 Baths - 3 Sqft - 2969
In one of the prettiest cities, on one of the City's grandest streets, on...

In one of the prettiest cities, on one of the City's grandest streets, on one of the largest lots South of Broad sits the Reverend Paul Trapier Gervais House. Just steps from the Battery, this c.1835 Charleston Single represents a timeless collaboration between the past and present. Classic and chic best describe this meticulously restored family home, blending classical architecture with a modern day twist for comfort and luxurious living in the 21st century. One enters the property through the privacy door onto one of 2 grand piazzas overlooking the expansive garden. Once inside the home you will be drawn into the light filled rooms with soaring ceilings, museum quality wood finishes and grand proportions. Other notable features in the main house include an updated kitchen,

$ 12,499,000
View details Beds - 5 Baths - 4 Sqft - 7800
Rare opportunity to own a unique property South of Broad. . .first time on...

Rare opportunity to own a unique property South of Broad. . .first time on the market in almost 25 years. . .features main house (c.1800) as well as detached guest house (c.1880) that could be monthly rental. . .OR entire property could be converted to two condominiums. . .brick walled and gated on high ground with on site parking, this property is truly one of a kind! The main house was the original carriage house to 68 Meeting Street and the guest house was a laboratory built by Dr. Shepherd who owned 68 Meeting. The main house of solid brick is a two-story, two-bedroom, one and a half bath home prized with antique cypress paneling from the Savannah River and original wide planked heart pine flooring. The guest house of solid English brick is of noteworthy design in the

$ 1,999,000
View details Beds - 3 Baths - 2 Sqft - 2372
Here is your chance to own one of Charleston's most unique, newly...

Here is your chance to own one of Charleston's most unique, newly restored, beautifully appointed South of Broad carriage houses. Boasting views of Charleston Harbor and steps from the Battery, this home is a jewel and a must see. The property was built in 1856, as a dependency to the Porcher-Simonds house. The current owners, with the help of Kristin Peake Interiors and Richard Marks Restorations, have found a true balance between the original historic details and modern day living. By keeping the arched carriage entrance, the original pavers and brick interior walls on the main floor, you can't help but feel the history come alive. This room is the perfect space for entertaining, with the arched doorway leading to an expansive terrace. From the kitchen you can enjoy your morning coffee

$ 2,399,000
View details Beds - 3 Baths - 3 Sqft - 2920
The Thomas Bannister Seabrook House circa 1816 is in a prime Harleston...

The Thomas Bannister Seabrook House circa 1816 is in a prime Harleston Village location with no flooding in all most recent storms. The home features South-facing arched piazzas of the Neoclassical period and a pediment with a lunette roof window. Architectural details like the Queen Anne style window heads, bracketed Queen Anne style cornice and the three-story tower with a bell-shaped roof were likely added in the 1880s. An iron gate on Rutledge Avenue opens to the marble checkerboard walkway and staircase leading to the main level piazza and three towering palmettos grace the front garden.A truly elegant residence with grand rooms, the interior features soaring ceilings, numerous windows, elaborate molding and paneling details and eight gas fireplaces. A spacious living room offers

$ 1,995,000
View details Beds - 4 Baths - 4 Sqft - 5500
The 1920s charm of 21 Colonial Street is evident from the entry hall with...

The 1920s charm of 21 Colonial Street is evident from the entry hall with its inlaid hardwood floors, fanlight over the front door, nice moldings, glass doorknobs and 3-over-1 windows. The newer addition to the back of the house honors these historic details while adding modern living spaces. This ideal family home is move-in ready, with newly painted walls, refinished hardwood floors, and fresh landscaping. Located in downtown Charleston's famous South of Broad neighborhood, it is just steps from Colonial Lake Park, Moultrie Playground and tennis courts, churches, restaurants, schools and shops. The entry hall is flanked on each side by French doors which lead to traditional formal rooms. To the right, the formal dining room has built-in china display cabinets and a window seat.

$ 1,250,000
View details Beds - 4 Baths - 3 Sqft - 3575

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 NEIGHBORHOODS FOR SALE OUTSIDE THE CROSSTOWN (29403)

Known as “outside the crosstown” are usually more affordable on the peninsula and this area of downtown Charleston starts above Calhoun St north to Mt Pleasant Street. These neighborhoods known as boroughs are Wagener Terrace, Ansonborough, Westside, Wraggborough, Radcliffeborough, Cannonborough, Eastside, Elliottborough, and Hampton Park Terrace. The homes outside of the crosstown which is really just understood to mean the side of town on the right side of hwy 17 the bisects the city. There are newer communities seeing development in this side of town such as Lowndes Point, and the newest “NOMO” which stands for north of Morrison where developers and businesses are investing. View all properties, land lots, condos, townhouses, boat slips for sale in historic Charleston SC. 

OUTSIDE CROSSTOWNzip code 29403

 


HOME SALES DATA & MORE INFO

Not all properties in the downtown Charleston area are historic, but a large number are, probably 40%. Historic homes for sale in Charleston SC come with some must-know rules prospective buyers should be aware of. Unlike in most cities where you can almost do what you want to your house after you buy it, here in Charleston’s downtown you have to be careful. The city officials and preservation society of Charleston goes to great lengths to ensure the historic and architectural integrity remains intact because tourism is the largest driver of our economy and that’s why people come here. To enjoy the history. If you purchase in downtown and want to make changes or renovations you must get ARB (architectural review board) approval first, and I even mean for roof repairs in a lot of instances. Things like the color of the paint have historical significance so you can not even just paint your house without a permit.

 

 

 

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