The William Vanderhorst house. This gorgeous home, circa 1740, has gracious rooms with soaring ceilings! Grand living room features cypress paneling. Beautiful hardwood flooring throughout. New kitchen appliances including Wolf range and SubZero refrigerator. Third floor rooftop terrace provides views of famous Charleston church steeples and rooftops. Walled brick courtyard with fountain. Plenty of parking behind the house off of Ropemakers Lane. Full basement underneath the house for storage. High ground!
First time offered in over 20 years! This estate-sized property provides lush privacy and high elevation in the heart of the historic South of Broad neighborhood. This chic compound is comprised of 4 individual structures (1973, 2004 major renovation garage and pool house additions, with eighteenth century guest house), offering a truly unique living experience on one of Charleston's most prominent streets. Double piazzas overlook beautifully manicured gardens, all designed by Sheila Wertimer and Glen Gardner, creating a magical setting. Beau Clowney designed the timeless full-size garage/guest on the street side, for covered parking, additional storage, and another guest space.
Circa 1732. Beautiful Georgian house with garage located in a great high ground location just off Meeting Street. The Fotheringham-McNeil Tenements are listed as valuable in ''This Is Charleston: An Architectural survey of a Unique American City.'' Exquisite mantels, cypress paneling, wide heart pine floors, Makkum tiles and custom mouldings throughout. Gracious entry with inviting fireplace leads to formal living and dining rooms. Dining room and powder room have beautifully hand-painted walls. Calacatta marble counter-tops in kitchen and top-of-the-line appliances including Wolf cook-top, Gaggenau oven and Sub-Zero refrigerator. X Zone-no flood insurance required. Just steps to the best restaurants and galleries!!
This updated Charleston double house has an unusually large lot which allows this charming home to be situated back from the street and enjoy privacy. The completely gated and secured property includes double piazzas overlooking one of the most attractive blocks in this colonial period neighborhood on the Peninsula. The home has been updated with a large kitchen/den overlooking a beautiful garden, elevator, and large garage. Recent updates have been made to this 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath property to blend historic with more modern styling. Many historic details are still present in this historic gem such as pine floors, old fireplaces, and original piazzas. This property would work well as a pied-a-terre or primary home. Generous parking and garden. HCF holds a historic easement on home.
192 Tradd Street is a quintessential Charleston home located in downtown's historic South of Broad neighborhood. This circa 1938 property features gorgeous Brazilian cherry floors, immaculate crown molding and stunning curved staircases that ascend all three levels. Take in beautiful peeks of the Ashley River from the second-floor deck and third floor. You'll be welcomed by a beautiful foyer flowing into the formal living room, formal dining room and sitting area with built-ins. A bright, open kitchen boasts a Viking refrigerator, JennAir gas range and grill as well as ample cabinetry space. Enjoy views of the spacious backyard and garden while entertaining from the kitchen and dining room. On the second floor, the master bedroom offers an enviable dressing room and a hall bath. The
156 Tradd offers all of today's modern conveniences and efficiencies, while being in the very heart of the historic district. The ground floor, which is elevated well above the street level, contains a one car garage with ample storage and a private rear courtyard leading to its own entrance on New St. The second level contains a half bath, closets, and living area that could be used as a fourth bedroom. The third level opens up to a large, living room with a modern kitchen and dining area. The fourth level contains 2 bedrooms with large closets and 2 full bathrooms, and, finally, on the fifth level, there is a large living area or bedroom with a full bathroom and an amazing deck, overlooking the city of Charleston and its many church steeples. The owner is willing to sell the property