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35 Tradd is one of just a handful of pre-Revolutionary War homes built inside the old walled city limits. Circa 1730 the original structure was built on ''high ground'' by Colonel Miles Brewton. By c.1747 he constructed another building next door for his wife and the two became a single residence when they were restored in the 1920's by Marie Easton, a colleague of preservationist pioneer Susan Pringle Frost. The home is steps from East Bay and the Battery and is in a non Flood Zone.The house is full of beautiful detail. It is truly bright and light filled, and opens out to double private courtyards with mature plantings and custom landscape lighting.There are five operating fireplaces and hardwood floors throughout. And the flow of the home is truly ideal and comfortable for modern every day living and entertaining, yet is full of historic detail and character: The large formal entry foyer; the original kitchen fireplace and its hand forged iron crane used for cooking; the deep inset windows with raised solid panel shutters offering views of other historic Tradd Street facades; the 300 year old exposed brick detail of the interior window at the home's peak...all tell the story of the life of this wonderful home. The current owners have devoted their attention and energy to the revitalization of the authentic appearance and the systems of the home. They restored the original colors and details to the exterior including re-painting it, crafting a new front door and hardware as well as new shutters with heart shaped cut-outs, and a Charleston gas lantern. They replaced the roof with black Ludowici tiles and seamed copper, and restored the four chimneys. The owners also added exterior custom period lighting to accent the garden, the vintage brick wall, and the walkways. The giant Elm tree in the back courtyard is said to be the oldest existing Elm South of Broad.(See "Documents" for more detail about the home and its renovations and improvements.) Upstairs are three bedrooms, all with ensuite bathrooms, as well as a gathering or sitting room with fireplace that is currently being used as as office. The primary bedroom suite privately occupies the entire front of the house and is large and light filled from the five windows that wrap around the room. A sitting area and fireplace are centered at the end of the room. A rare opportunity to own this historic home on one of Charleston's best known streets and without flooding issues. The current owners have been privileged to be stewards of this special piece of Charleston history. Showings starting Saturday, June 29.
View details Beds - 3 Baths - 3 Sqft - 3477
Built in the late 1880s, 157 Tradd Street follows the style of the two and a half story wood Charleston Single home and offers the convenience of tandem off-street parking for at least two cars and a golf cart. The grounds feature a beautifully landscaped courtyard garden with a pergola, creating a serene oasis for outdoor entertainment and relaxation. A large standalone shed at the back of the property provides ample storage for garden equipment, sports gear, and more. Enter the home from Tradd Street through a private vestibule into a grand two-story foyer that opens to the elegant living and dining rooms. The dining room seamlessly flows into the kitchen, which offers generous counter space, ample cabinet storage, and picturesque garden views. Adjacent to the kitchen, a cozy breakfastroom bathed in natural light opens to the piazza, perfect for easy entertaining. Behind the kitchen, a versatile home office space features a back staircase leading to the upstairs guest area.The primary bedroom on the second floor overlooks Tradd Street and includes an ensuite bath and a cedar-lined closet. Two additional bedrooms, each with access to the piazza, share a well-appointed bathroom. This floor also boasts a casual living room/entertainment area, ideal for movies, gaming, or reading. The home sits on a high crawl space and is located in an AE 11 flood area/zone. The lot offers room for a pool - appropriate approvals would be required. Noted in the book - The Buildings of Charleston, a Guide to the City's Architecture by Johnathan H. Poston - S.J.L Matthews constructed the house between 1883 - 1886.
View details Beds - 3 Baths - 2 Sqft - 2924
Welcome Home to a newly renovated, three-story Charleston single-family home located South of Broad within the Historic District. The home offers large rooms with plenty of natural light, high ceilings, beautiful original heart pine floors, and a ''Rainbow Row'' paint scheme. The kitchen features handcrafted cabinetry, crown molding, built-in banquettes, and gorgeous solid-slab marble countertops. An open living and dining room with a fireplace and new hurricane-rated french doors leads to the brick patio. A little powder room completes the first floor. The wide staircase reaches the other levels to the four spacious bedrooms and two full bathrooms. A fabulous rooftop deck completes the package and adds romantic charm with amazing views. This is not to be missed.A fabulous rooftop deck completes the package and adds romantic charm with additional outdoor space. Convenient to everything that the lower peninsula of Charleston has to offer. This property is not to be missed.
View details Beds - 4 Baths - 2 Sqft - 1800

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