Situated on High Ground with no flooding! The William Vanderhorst house, circa 1740 -- This 18th-century home is considered one of the earliest examples of a Charleston Single house. This spectacular home was once owned and restored by Preservation Society founder Susan Pringle Frost in the 1920's. Beautiful hardwood floors throughout spacious living areas. Grand living room with Cypress paneling. Brand new Wolf and Sub-Zero kitchen appliances. Third-floor terrace provides gorgeous views of Downtown Charleston and rooftops. Walled brick courtyard garden with fountain. Parking behind the house off of Ropemakers Lane. Historic Charleston facade easement.
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!!
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
Buy in one of the most prestigious areas of the Charleston Peninsula in South of Broad. Circa 1904 home located on one of the best streets in Charleston. Wonderful double porches grace this lovely home. As you enter the entry foyer look for the many details. Gorgeous light fixtures and beautiful hardwood floors. Left from the foyer is the formal living room with fantastic natural light coming in the windows. Next is a den with built in book shelves and don't forget to notice the sliding doors in the wall. Move onto the formal dining room which is stunning. Tucked under the staircase in the foyer is a powder room.
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
Charming Charleston Single on beautiful Tradd Street. Updated throughout, while retaining much of the historic detail. Eat-in kitchen and keeping room lead to a gorgeous private courtyard. Three bedrooms on second floor including master with ensuite. Laundry room on second floor in rear of the house would make an excellent den or study. No history of flooding.
This historic, circa 1736 pre-revolutionary charmer in beautiful downtown Charleston offers the perfect location, just steps away from The Battery and famous Broad Street. This gorgeous three story home was once the kitchen house to the famous Jacob Motte home and offers history and charm that can only be found in Charleston. You will feel as though you've stepped back in time as you pass through the private walkway leading to the private gated garden. Walk through the doors to discover the original heart pine flooring throughout that can tell endless stories of the home's history. The owner's suite resides on the second floor wand has an original fireplace, a dressing room, walk-in closet, and a large marble bath with a steam shower.
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.
Sunny and spacious 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath first floor unit in a South of Broad home. 169A Tradd Street makes for easy living in a one-story layout. Rooms are all large and bright, with plenty of windows. Nice architectural details include hardwood floors, chair rail and crown molding, 6-panel doors with glass doorknobs, and 2 brick (nonworking) fireplaces.An entry foyer leads into the large living room, which opens to the dining room. The eat-in kitchen is newer and features granite countertops, soft-close cabinets, and a stainless steel gas stove. Two bedrooms share a full hall bath, while the third bedroom has its own half bath. The home also has a laundry closet and 2 off-street parking spaces which are split with the upstairs neighbors, 6 months each.The back yard