F33 boat slip (50 x 18) is ideal location for ingress and egress, this slip will make it extremely simple to pull in and out of the slip vs having to concern yourself with pulling in and out of the interior spaces, around other vessels. Slip F33 is located in the end of F dock on the T of F dock. Slip includes water and 50 Amp electricity, basic cable, and wifi.
G16 boat slip (45 x 18) The marina has a 5 ft overhang allowance for total length of 50 ft. Slip includes water and 50 Amp electricity, basic cable, and wifi. Marina rents these wet slips for $680 per month. Rated 4 stars by ActiveCaptain this marina has a low water depth of approximately 15 ft depending on the location of the slip so most vessels should have no worries about depth.
Directly across from the Charleston Harbor, you'll find a rare opportunity to restore Charleston's only available grand home on High Battery. Here, you can enjoy breathtaking views from all three floors and cooling sea breezes from the large yard and piazzas. 31 East Battery comes with renovation plans that have been fully approved by the city's Board of Architectural Review. Designed by renowned architect Eddie Fava, the restoration includes a rooftop deck, detached garage, and many other coveted luxuries, while of course maintaining the home's interior wood paneling, custom Tiffany-designed features, and other historic details that have withstood the test of time and still reflect the original circa 1837 character. The combination of 31 East Battery's grand interior spaces, water views,
Amazing opportunities await with this unique 3/4 acre circa 1815 property in downtown historic Charleston. Rarely does a property like this come along in Charleston. Option 1: Purchase for investment purposes. The main historic fully renovated home features 6,000 +/- sq ft and is divided into two luxurious income-producing rental units. Unit A and B have been meticulously renovated with modern finishes while maintaining the historic fabric. 12 foot Heart Pine beamed ceilings and exposed brick walls compliment light filled rooms from three exposures. Marble counter tops, Perrin and Rowe fixtures, Wolf and Sub Zero appliances are just some of the elegant features that blend the modern and historic architecture.
The Magwood-Moreland House, circa 1825, is a significant, historic residence on the southernmost portion of the Charleston Peninsula. This notable piece of history was named as ''A Building Considered Valuable to the City'' in 1941 by the Carolina Art Association. It was also classified as a Category 2 structure in 1974 by the city of Charleston, one of the most significant and historic categories held by residential homes. This property is quite unique in that the beauty is not only concentrated on the interior details but the exterior details as well. Two notable, very ornate and beautiful fanlights grace the street and main entrances of the home.
Located in the heart of downtown Charleston, this iconic residence overlooks both the Charleston Harbor and White Point Garden, exuding history and charm with one of the best views in all of the city. This listing includes the first two floors of the building which are divided into a first floor 1BD/1.5BA unit and a second floor 2BD/2BA unit.The home, known in historical circles as the Louis Desaussure House, was built in 1858 in the Greek Revival style while also incorporating Italianate elements. Desaussure then sold the house in 1888 to Bernard O'Neill, a wealthy wholesale grocer, who added the cast-iron balconies which still remain today.The expertly maintained property retains many beautifully preserved historic details including 12 foot ceilings, detailed moldings, hardwood
Introducing the Stephen Shrewsbury House in downtown Charleston's coveted Ansonborough neighborhood. A solid-brick single house, 40 Laurens Street commands attention with two levels of iconic piazzas and a veranda courtyard at ground level. The circa 1809 home showcases exquisite Adamesque woodworking, including period mantels and mouldings, expertly curated by the original builder who happened to possess a background in carpentry. With 4.5 living levels and over 6,000 square feet, this residence offers ample room to entertain guests for legendary house parties. The courtyard, separate from the generous gated off-street parking area, provides an idyllic walled sanctuary with minimal maintenance for the perfect lock and leave lifestyle.
The Thomas Ball House is a beautiful Charleston single with cedar siding, 54' double piazzas, garden, gorgeous moulding, and original floors. Current owners renovated the two-story kitchen house into a spectacular family room with 20' ceiling, steel reinforcements, repointed brick, repurposed wood, wet bar, and powder room. Other renovations/upgrades: kitchen & Viking, Sub-Zero, and Miele appliances, addition of a full bathroom to the formal drawing room, addition of a spacious master bath suite. Home is covered by the original standing seam metal roof. Gorgeous views. 13 Church strikes a tasteful balance between historic and 21st century living.Crystal chandeliers do not convey.Seller to make no repairs.Agent present at all showings.Preapproval/Proof of Funds w/ offers.
The Robert Walker House. Premier South of Broad location. Classic Historic Charleston single house Circa 1844. Kitchen House Circa 1809. Beautiful restorations have been completed and the property is available for the first time in almost 30 years. Main house and kitchen house have been combined to make spacious living areas on first floor with a guest suite on the second floor of the kitchen house. Etched, leaded glass surrounds the double front doors. Elegant living room has custom moldings and fireplace with gas logs. Gracious dining room leads to butler's pantry with wine cooler, which opens to the kitchen house offering top-of-the-line appliances and family room with oversized fireplace. Upstairs study overlooks Meeting Street--makes a great office. Two car garage with storage.
Rare opportunity to own a newly built luxury residence in the heart of historic Charleston. High ceilings, private terraces, and well-appointed floor plans with wonderful lighting in the heart of the French Quarter. This quiet residential nook of Charleston is steps away from cobble stone streets as well as the cultural highlights of downtown Charleston. City House Charleston (CHC) delivers a handsome and fresh residential experience a stone's throw from award-winning restaurants, shopping , homes, gardens and theater. Be one of the lucky few to call CHC home. It captures the essence of Charleston while delivering beautifully designed residences with modern amenities, parking, concierge services, a rooftop private pool and lounge.
Located in the heart of downtown's Radcliffeborough neighborhood, this historic home offers an updated interior, light-filled living spaces, a ''double'' lot, and a private pool, all while being nestled in the heart of the city. The home also has two 1 bedroom/1 bath apartments on the ground floor which are individually metered and perfect for guests or rental income.A full front porch looks out over the residential street, which is conveniently located just steps away from popular King Street restaurants and shops. Inside, the home has a traditional floor plan with preserved historic details including original heart pine floors, detailed moldings, and original fireplaces. An entry foyer transitions into the formal rooms, which include the study and living room, with nice features s
Located in the heart of downtown Charleston, this historic masonry property was built in the early 1800s in the Federal Style and received a Gothic renovation in the 1840s which is when the original grocery store was established at the ground level. The property sits on the corner of Pitt and Montagu Streets in Harleston Village and offers a unique mix of restored commercial and residential spaces that can be customized for a myriad of uses. The building was purchased by the current owners in 2016 and has undergone a significant renovation, breathing new life into the property while retaining its many historic finishes. The ~5,000 square foot property is currently configured into three distinct spaces-a cafe, an office and a residence. The Cafe, fronting on Pitt Street, has its own