MLS Listings Data

Total Listings:54
Average Price:$2,406,475
Highest Listing Price:$11,200,000
Average Days On Market:171
Average Price/SqFt:$743

South of broad subdivision Charleston SC has fifty-four properties for sale on MLS. Homes for sale South of broad have an avg list price of $2,406,475 ranging in price from $469,000 to $11,200,000. The avg size property in South of broad is 3,239 sq ft. Largest in the neighborhood for sale is 9,887 sqft & smallest 951 sqft. See homes for sale South of broad Charleston SC by price, bedrooms, size, age, time on MLS, date listed, street & type. Contact South of broad agent for showings or listing appointments. View property listings all over South Carolina here by all major markets: Lowcountry, Midlands, Upstate & Pee Dee (Grand Strand).

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Fabulous views of the Cooper River, Charleston Harbor and White Point...

Fabulous views of the Cooper River, Charleston Harbor and White Point Gardens from one of Downtown Charleston's best locations, the Fort Sumter House. Filled with natural light, this fifth-floor corner unit impresses with a spacious open floor plan, two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, fresh paint throughout and custom built-ins. The Fort Sumter House offers a pool, exercise room and off-street parking. Ideally located to everything Charleston has to offer, you don't want to miss this South of Broad opportunity!

$ 888,000
View details Beds - 2 Baths - 2 Sqft - 1032
There are very few places in the United States where someone can lay claim...

There are very few places in the United States where someone can lay claim to living in the home of a ''Founding Father.'' Edward Rutledge, signer to the Declaration of Independence, lived in this magnificent Georgian-style mansion from 1763 until his death in 1800. Rutledge also served as South Carolina's 10th Governor. Now known as The Governor's House, this home was first built in 1760 by James Laurens, brother to the President of the Second Continental Congress, Henry Laurens. His son John Laurens served as aide-de-camp to President George Washington and was a close friend to Alexander Hamilton. Sitting on nearly 1/2 acre just outside the original walled city, on the site of the former Charleston Orange Garden, the house has been altered and added onto since construction.

$ 7,495,000
View details Beds - 12 Baths - 12 Sqft - 9887
The Motte Harvey House is located in the heart of Charleston's exclusive...

The Motte Harvey House is located in the heart of Charleston's exclusive South of Broad neighborhood. This Pre-Revolutionary home, c 1731, is one of the oldest residences in the city. It is known to be one of the ''handsomest houses'' on one of the most popular streets in the town. The lot was originally purchased by Jacob Mott, the treasurer of the original Province of the city, from the estate of Robert Tradd, and has continued to be steeped in local history. This 3 1/2 story brick and stucco home retains most of the original features and details. From its grand and notable proportions, to heart pine floors, original mantles with intricate mouldings and stunning staircase, you feel like you have stepped back in

$ 3,395,000
View details Beds - 4 Baths - 2 Sqft - 4465
This space is flooded with light from the entire wall of windows...

This space is flooded with light from the entire wall of windows overlooking the park Perfect for entertaining with an open floor plan. Chef's kitchen opens to a great room with gas fireplace, and custom built-in banquet seating. There is a powder room on this floor. Soaring 14 foot ceilings give a spacious feeling. 3 Chisolm 205 is a two story condo which allows for privacy and room for living and working. Large bedroom downstairs with gas fireplace, walk-in closet and generous sized bath. There is a space for an office set-up. A beautiful internal garden space for residents use. This is the perfect location to enjoy nearby Colonial Lake and beautiful sunset views over the Ashley River.

$ 695,000
View details Beds - 1 Baths - 1 Sqft - 1288
Chic, glamorous, elegant and beautifully appointed, this fabulous...

Chic, glamorous, elegant and beautifully appointed, this fabulous two-story condominium is located in the main building of Chisolm Street condominiums. A beautiful renovation designed by Jenny Keenan, it is both cozy and grand. Large windows provide gorgeous views of the treetops, rooftops and park below. Beautiful slate and hardwood floors throughout, soaring ceilings and handmade tiles will take your breath away. Even the fireplace mantel is a signature piece with a numbered and reclaimed beam from a Pennsylvania barn. There is no wasted space in this unit with a Murphy bed hidden behind an antiqued mirror, a book nook, butler's bar, wine cooler, and the addition of a small room underneath the wide and generous staircase. The bedroom, en suite bath and huge walk in closet have been

$ 725,000
View details Beds - 1 Baths - 1 Sqft - 1280
This late 1700s home is a visually and culturally valuable property that...

This late 1700s home is a visually and culturally valuable property that is recognized by the South of Broad Historic District and recipient of Carolopolis Award for excellence in historical preservation. Additionally, the Historic American Building Survey photographed and documented both the Juliet Balcony and the Coal Chute Gate due to their historic and aesthetic value. Other notable historic details include unique hand-forged ironwork, exposed brick, original plaster, recently refinished heart of pine floors, pegged-through mortise and tenon joinery, hand-carved wooden mantles, and hand-blown glass panes.

$ 2,899,900
View details Beds - 6 Baths - 4 Sqft - 5905
This stunning estate-sized property is located South of Broad on...

This stunning estate-sized property is located South of Broad on prestigious lower Church Street. A twenty-month renovation has just been completed. An elegant new exterior staircase now provides gracious entry from the parterre garden to the main level of the home. The grand kitchen/great room earned a NKBA award in 2019, a first for Charleston. A light-filled master bath is spa-like in size and features a bathtub with harbor views. There are accommodations for the whole family, with new or renovated en-suite bedrooms on the first, third and fourth floors. Guests enjoy privacy in the carriage house over a three-car garage. Additionally, gated off-street parking for eight cars, and a newly installed generator.

$ 6,590,000
View details Beds - 5 Baths - 6 Sqft - 6875
Circa 1800, the Swain-Hussey House is an opportunity to restore an early...

Circa 1800, the Swain-Hussey House is an opportunity to restore an early 19th century home in the heart of Charleston's South of Broad neighborhood. The current configuration features four bedrooms, four full bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, family room and a rear sunroom complete with an additional kitchenette. Additional highlights include double front piazzas, a private, walled garden, 6 fireplaces, original hardwood floors throughout and off street parking.

$ 1,995,000
View details Beds - 4 Baths - 4 Sqft - 2742
Circa 1913. C. Bissell Jenkins House. Walker and Burden architects....

Circa 1913. C. Bissell Jenkins House. Walker and Burden architects. Jenkins was the first to build on the new waterfront thoroughfare named Murray Boulevard. This fine home remains the grandest of all the Charleston Colonial Revival style dwellings constructed in the early 20th century. Monumental in scale, the beautifully designed Tuscan portico compliments the waterfront location. Sited on 1/2 acre of beautiful gardens, the home is constructed of Summerville brick trimmed in limestone. The red tile roof is topped with a deck surrounded by a handsome balustrade, offering one of the best views in Charleston. The 3-story main house and 2-story guest house both were completely renovated and restored to their original grandeur beginning in 2012 through 2014.

$ 11,200,000
View details Beds - 7 Baths - 7 Sqft - 9415