MLS Listings Data

Total Listings: 94
Average Price: $2,372,946
Highest Listing Price: $11,200,000
Average Days On Market: 186
Average Price/SqFt: $747
South of broad subdivision Charleston SC has ninety-four properties for sale on MLS. Homes for sale South of broad have an avg list price of $2,372,946 ranging in price from $120,000 to $11,200,000. The avg size property in South of broad is 3,177 sq ft. Largest in the neighborhood for sale is 9,887 sqft & smallest 0 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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Buildable lot on secluded Longitude Lane South of Broad. Listing agent is...

Buildable lot on secluded Longitude Lane South of Broad. Listing agent is related to Seller.

$ 1,195,000
View details Lot/Home Site Size - 0.09 Acres
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.

$ 4,400,000
View details Beds - 7 Baths - 5 Sqft - 7059
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
Printers Row is perfectly located just South of Broad to enjoy everything...

Printers Row is perfectly located just South of Broad to enjoy everything Charleston has to offer; it's very close to delicious restaurants, fabulous shopping, as well as Charleston's Historic Districts. Unit 1-B is well suited as a full-time home or as a pied-a-terre. It has a spacious feeling, with 2-story living rm/dining rm ceiling, plenty of shelving, 2 woven ceiling fans, & a fireplace. The large master bedrm is upstairs w/ a sitting area loft balcony. Renovated marble master bath functions as a bath & a half. The private 2nd bedrm & bath is on the main level & also could be an office, den, or TV rm. Printers Row's plant-filled atrium, roof top deck & back garden make it easy to relax and enjoy nature. Tenants Rights 10-1-2020 to 10-1-2021. 24-hr showing notice.

$ 799,000
View details Beds - 2 Baths - 2 Sqft - 1420
If these walls could talk. This pristine c 1756 Charleston Single stands...

If these walls could talk. This pristine c 1756 Charleston Single stands tall and proud on the corners of Meeting and Lamboll Streets. This private, walled urban retreat exemplifies Charleston lifestyle at its best. Beautifully proportioned rooms, triple piazzas, etched glass windows, stunning parquet floors are just a few of the historic features. The coveted 2+ car, heated and cooled, garage and guest house, in-ground pool, brand new elevator and doggie grass bring it to modern day standards. The first floor of the main house consists of a sunlit living room, separate dining room, updated kitchen and wonderful, bright family room off the back. The second floor houses a front office and large master suite with walk in closets and laundry room.

$ 5,995,000
View details Beds - 5 Baths - 4 Sqft - 5276
Distinguished by South of Broad's ageless sophistication, this timeless...

Distinguished by South of Broad's ageless sophistication, this timeless pied-a-terre at 43 Broad enjoys a prime location atop the historical Hatman Building. Within the idyllic historic facade, you will find a luxurious two bedroom, two and a half bathroom penthouse complete with an elevator.The apartment, with a deeded space, is listed at $1,999,000 mm.

$ 1,999,000
View details Beds - 2 Baths - 2 Sqft - 2083
An excellent location directly next to Rainbow Row and within easy reach...

An excellent location directly next to Rainbow Row and within easy reach of Waterfront Park and The Battery, historic Printer's Row is a walker's paradise. This bright and airy condo features Historic warehouse style architecture with exposed brick walls, soaring 20+ ft ceilings and dramatic wood beams. Heart pine floors, granite countertops, a loft area perfect for an office, and a working gas fireplace with ornate mantle are standout features. The conveniently low-maintenance building offers a true lock-and-leave opportunity with secure entry into a beautiful atrium; as well as a private gated courtyard and a communal rooftop deck overlooking the Charleston harbor.

$ 795,000
View details Beds - 2 Baths - 2 Sqft - 1640
69 Church Street is one of the largest pre-Revolutionary houses in the...

69 Church Street is one of the largest pre-Revolutionary houses in the city, with a grand estate lot stretching back to Ford's Court. Historically and architecturally significant, this Category 1 Georgian double house was built circa 1745, and is notable for its stunning ballroom, drawing room, cypress paneled library, 15 fireplaces, King of Prussia marble fireplace surrounds, delft tiles, bespoke woodwork and moldings, and stucco over brick exterior. The interior reflects the best of both the Georgian and Federal periods, embodying extraordinary examples of fine woodwork throughout on mantles, wainscoting, moldings, and 9 over 9 double sash windows which flood the home with beautiful natural light. The main house follows a traditional double house format, with four principal rooms on

$ 9,500,000
View details Beds - 7 Baths - 8 Sqft - 8524
A Great opportunity to enjoy total privacy in the middle of the South Of...

A Great opportunity to enjoy total privacy in the middle of the South Of Broad Community. This magnificent home backs up to the quiet of Prices Alley, which is rarely traveled by other than owners. Once thru the lovely iron gate, the private courtyard off the main entrance to the home, is transforming. It is reminiscent of the many private courtyards found in Europe, available only to the owners, and their guests to enjoy, while taking in the view of this lovely masonry structure built in the 1800's.This historic structure is filled with modern amenities, New kitchen with marble counter tops and high grade appliances, modernized bathrooms with lovely tile and modern fixtures, a master suite that is truly amazing, consisting of three rooms, a Penhaglion copper bath tub in the master, and

$ 2,400,000
View details Beds - 5 Baths - 4 Sqft - 5675