Circa 1805. The Captain John Morrison House. Rare 4-window wide Charleston Single house with triple-tiered piazzas and a 200ft deep lot. Surrounded by prime historic architecture, this fine home features an abundance of historic details with modern luxuries. The main house comfortably flows into the attached kitchen house, with a family room/den overlooking the garden. The main level rooms are grand in scale with elegant proportions, a drawing room on the street side, and dining room to the rear. The luxurious master suite is on the second level of the main house, adjacent to a spacious second floor drawing room. The third floor has 3 bedrooms and two nicely appointed baths. The second floor of the kitchen house offers a 5th bedroom with en-suite bath. More...
Circa 1732. Beautiful Georgian house located in a great 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.
Gracious, elegant home situated on a high corner lot with beautiful landscaping designed by Sheila Wertimer. There is a large front porch, which is rare in Charleston. A recent remodeling includes a gorgeous new kitchen and bathrooms. A separate heated and cooled guesthouse can serve as an artist studio, apartment or office. Spacious entry hall opens into a formal living room and dining room with working fireplaces. Private study, with pocket doors and powder room are on first floor. There are 3 bedrooms and 3 baths on the second floor as well as a laundry room. The top floor has a new bathroom with fourth bedroom and an enormous space that can be used as a game room, home gym or office. This is a very special home in a wonderful neighborhood South of Broad.
Dreaming of the perfect Charleston pied-a-terre? Look no further than 16 Tradd Street. Situated on one of downtown Charleston's most coveted blocks, this masonry home is steeped in history and 18th century charm. Updated with modern comforts and featuring a charming private courtyard, this 3 bed/2.5 bath home is as ideal for a lock-and-leave lifestyle as it is for low maintenance year-round living. This South of Broad home has been lovingly maintained and enjoyed by its current owners over the last fifteen years; take one step inside, and it is easy to see why. From street level, enter into a generously-sized living room, featuring a beautiful antique mantle, moldings, and high ceilings.
One of the BEST PRICED homes South of Broad! Unbelievable Investment Opportunity! Current rental income of $8000 a month. NEW Standing Seam Copper Roof added in June 2020. Fully renovated duplex in the heart of down Charleston with a large double lot yard, and OFF STREET PARKING! This stunning home has two separate units for a total of six bedrooms and four full baths. The entire home has been meticulously renovated. New appliances, cabinets, electrical and more....no detail was spared. Unbeatable location... walking distance to famous restaurants and shopping. Live in one unit and rent the other, or the turn the home back into one single family dwelling. Enjoy all the Charleston and South of Broad has to offer. Condo docs have been completed, and home could be sold as two units.
Circa 1880, South of Broad ''Garden Cottage.'' Beautifully restored, with recent updates by Morris Construction since last sale. This charming Charleston Single house is perfectly sited on the corner of Tradd Street and Greenhill Street, with it's piazza overlooking a wonderfully landscaped garden. All new baths, updated kitchen, reworked floor plan, freshly painted inside and out, plus 2 new HVAC systems, all offer turnkey ownership. Enjoy the convenience of recent professional decorating with window treatments/drapes, all light fixtures, custom rugs in the main rooms, and Schumacher wallpaper (Miles Redd) all conveying with the sale. Off-street parking to the rear from Greenhill street.
Open the gate to the private garden of 61. 5 Tradd, the 1736 kitchen house of the Jacob Motte House.Highly sought after high ground, rated x zone, convenient to all Charleston has to offer, this is the perfect lock and leave ''pied a terre'' to enjoy the Charleston lifestyle. Magical private garden with fountain, sitting area and privacy conveniently located off the kitchen. Three bedrooms, two full baths and a powder room on the first floor completes the package. Walk into this 18thcentury gem and you see the gas log fireplace now a reminder of the kitchen house as it was. The fully equipped kitchen has high end appliances, integrated Sub Zero, Viking range and oven and brand new dishwasher. Historic and beautifully restored this kitchen house has it all in the most desirable loca
MOTIVATED SELLER.This is the perfect Historic turn key property South of Broad. Circa 1892 Totally gutted in 2006 this home has 3 Bedrooms 3 1/2 baths. First floor has a lovely formal living room with wood burning fireplace, a separate dining room with a gas fireplace, renovated kitchen with stainless appliances,gas cooktop, pantry and breakfast bar. There is a cozy keeping room next to the kitchen and a guest room with ensuite bath on the first floor. Upstairs you will find a bedroom with hall bath, Master and large bathroom. Double piazza, antique heart pine floors, brick and blue stone garden space designed by Sheila Wertimer. Gated off street parking and lots of light make this home a special find. Virtually staged Master and living and dining room.
This quaint, historic South of Broad home was built in 1910 and completely renovated in 2007. Its superior location is within walking distance of restaurants, art galleries and churches. This charming home offers two bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths with two sets of stairs in the front and back. A small balcony in the back overlooks a landscaped, private walled courtyard and fountain. In 2012, a spacious master closet and laundry room were added. Both HVACs were replaced in 2019. Don't miss this opportunity to own a piece of downtown Charleston history!
''Charming, quaint, a jewel in the heart of downtown Charleston.'' That is the definition of this adorable home. A gracious front porch, surrounded by ancient oaks, welcomes you inside. Built in the 1860's this home features the original hardwood floors throughout, an updated kitchen, luxurious master bath, and a separate garage with additional off- street parking. the living room, dining room, large pantry and laundry are all on the first floor. The owners spend much of their time on the second floor porch, which extends from the master bedroom and overlooks the peaceful front garden and live oak that provides shade and privacy. The yard is the perfect size for a garden and pets, and is surrounded by a classic Charleston wrought-iron fence.
Built circa 1860, this recently renovated pied-a-terre is conveniently located South of Broad, just 3 blocks from The Battery. Enjoy cool breezes from the double piazza overlooking beautiful Tradd Street. Two entries from the first floor piazza, into the living room or the kitchen, add to the ease of everyday living or entertaining. Hardwood floors, bead-board ceilings, and plantation shutters can be found throughout, adding to the charm of this cozy historic home. The home flows easily from the living room with a bay window at the front, through the dining room with built-ins, and into the eat-in kitchen. The kitchen was built with a chef in mind, with every inch thought out to maximize storage and cooking space, and includes a dutch door for easy ventilation.
Price recently reduced by $50,000! Incredible opportunity to buy an elevated home South of Broad on the corner of New and Tradd Streets. The owner has taken excellent care of the property and recently refinished all the hardwood floors, installed new carpeting, and repainted the entire interior and exterior. Complete with four bedrooms, four full baths, automatic garage, walled-in garden, metal roof, and spacious living space, this pied-a-terre is a great opportunity for buyers wanting a prime downtown location -- or for those seeking a second home in Charleston or rental investment opportunity.
This beautifully appointed condominium in the heart of South of Broad is a dream come true! This is what a true renovation should look like; designed by the immensely talented architect, William Warlick, every detail is thoughtfully and professionally addressed. The kitchen has custom designed and crafted all wood cabinetry with a natural stone Quartz countertop and marble-tile backsplash. Clean and sleek but with the charm that one would expect in a South of Broad renovation. All new appliances and placed to use the space in the most advantageous way for any cook to enjoy! The stove even has a retractable vent which very quietly and efficiently vents to the outside. The newly renovated bathrooms are gorgeous. The floors are marble and ceramic tile and there is also a thermostatic valve in
DEAL! Beautiful 1915 light-filled, second-floor, 3 bedroom condo on Tradd Street. New AC and freshly painted. This would make a great investment, primary or secondary home. Low regime of $250 per month (normally $350 per month, but this owner occupant manages the HOA) with healthy reserve fund in place.
Welcome to 229 Tradd Road situated on a .58 acre lot with gorgeous historic live oaks and a sneak peek of the Black River just one yard over. Tradd is an all brick single story ranch style home and sits adjacent to the stately waterfront Windsor Plantation grounds and estate. Windsor Plantation is a small sought after neighborhood (with no HOA), large home sites, and with a feeling you have stepped back in time with all of it's quiet, natural beauty. With 2,700 square feet there is a space for everyone - four bedrooms, three bathrooms, formal living and dining, kitchen with breakfast nook, great room and a huge bonus/game room. Keep your insurance costs down with a brand new roof. And did I mention the HVAC is just a few years old? New vinyl plank flooring throughout much of the home - no carpet, easy maintenance. Close to the historic downtown Georgetown waterfront Harbor Walk with quaint shops, wonderful restaurants, fresh seafood vendors, and access to five rivers that surround the area with an easy drive to Pawleys Island, the closest beach access. And be sure to enjoy wonderful dining in the Manor House at Wedgefield Plantation, just around the corner, and inquire about a pool, social or golf membership. If you enjoy being on the water, there is also a small community boat launch for Windsor property owners. *Buyer responsible for verifying square footage