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$5,995,000
6 Beds 7.5 Baths 22007155 MLS Harleston Village SubDv. Active Status
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. Each ~3,000 sq ft unit consists of 3 bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths. Four tankless water heaters and 6 HVAC units keep all occupants comfortable and well served. Unit A is currently rented with an NOI of over $100k/year. Enjoy your front yard from the large porch set back 50 ft from the street. Option 2: Combine the property to its original circa 1815 grandeur and create a one-of-a-kind private compound with a 6 bedroom 6 bath en-suite residence and by incorporating the rear lot. An incredible option to build your own compound, guest house, pool, or whatever you desire to have a private and rare estate steps from King Street. Option 3: Use the rear lot in addition to the main house to develop three to four single family homes. Well known architect Robbie Marty has designed plans that are ready for fine tuning prior to submission to the city. Development plans available upon request. Keep the main house for income or residence and have an option to create a unique enclave of additional homes behind. Centrally located in the middle of the peninsula and within 3 blocks to historic King Street shopping and award winning restaurants. A short stroll to the Marina, MUSC and The Battery all while surrounded by historic homes and churches. Truly something to admire.

48 Bull Street, Charleston

$5,795,000
4 Beds 3.5 Baths 22010403 MLS South Of Broad SubDv. Active Status
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.The interior of the home has many period details including plaster moldings, wainscoting, door pediments, hardwood floors, and original fireplaces. The living room and dining room are grand and generous in size and flank the gracious main staircase. The kitchen and open family room are also located on the first floor and open out to a glorious pool overlooking the Ashley River. The second floor of the main home has a beautiful guest room, master bedroom with an ensuite office and master bathroom. Both rooms enjoy the piazza overlooking the formal garden and the Ashley River. The main house has 4 bedrooms and 3 full and 1 half bathrooms. The carriage house can operate independently from the main house with its own kitchen, living area, and 2 additional bedrooms and 1 full bath. The gardens are impeccably designed with a formal style garden in the front and a pool with casual living located in the rear featuring glistening water views. The lot is very large and currently has parking for several cars; this space could be developed or integrated into additional gardens.

39 South Battery Street, Charleston

$4,595,000
6 Beds 6.5 Baths 22027564 MLS Ansonborough SubDv. Active Status
Located in the heart of downtown's Ansonborough neighborhood, this stunning home has been extensively renovated and offers a flowing floor plan, contemporary finishes, and inviting outdoor living spaces. The building was originally constructed in 1840 as a lecture room for the Second Prebyterian Church. It was then renovated as a Catholic Church in 1861 (St. Paul's Catholic Church) to serve German Catholics in the parish, before being purchased by the Palmetto Post of the American Legion in 1947 and extensively altered. The home is now configured into a 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath primary residence on the first, second and third floors, and 3 bedroom/2 bath apartment on the ground floor. A rec room, sunroom, third kitchen, and full bath are also on the first floor and are part of the mainresidence. Upon entering the home, you will notice beautifully preserved details including hardwood floors, 20' ceilings, beautiful formally detailed beams that held the church's candlestick chandeliers (you can see the hooks where they were lowered and raised from the side), a fireplace, and arched windows alluding to the home's history as a church. The open floor plan includes a living room, dining room, and kitchen, which has been updated with top-of-the-line finishes including marble counters, custom cabinets, high-end stainless appliances, and a generous breakfast space. The primary bedroom suite is also located on this floor and includes a large bedroom, a light-filled sitting room, an expansive walk-in closet with custom shelving, and a luxuriously appointed en suite bathroom complete with custom vanities, marble floors, a soaking tub, and a marble shower. Lofted living spaces on the third floor overlook the home's main living areas, while part of the space has been configured into an office which was formerly the church balcony and old bell tower of the church. Access is via a custom made glass sided walkway which also has full open views of the second floor. There are two bedrooms on the third floor and each has an en suite bathroom with elegant finishes and walk-in closets. The first floor space offers one separate unit which would accommodate a rental or in-law suite. Privacy is insured with a separate side-garden walkway with a gated entrance. This space has a living area, full kitchen, dining area and two updated bathrooms with the same premium finishes as the main home. The home's outdoor living spaces are also not to be missed. A covered patio opens to the private backyard, which includes a large dining patio, rooftop deck, koi pond, fountain, and outdoor kitchen. The home has a gated entrance, off-street parking for several cars and a gated entrance off the driveway to the garden. The location is also ideal. You are just minutes shops, restaurants, parks, galleries, museums, and more, while still being in a very residential neighborhood.

63 Society Street, Charleston

$4,350,000
5 Beds 3.5 Baths 22025439 MLS Harleston Village SubDv. Active Status
Like a page out of Southern Living Magazine, take a stroll down Queen Street into this quintessential Charleston charmer in the heart of downtown. From the moment you enter the popular pink doors of the ''Charleston Queen'', you are warmly welcomed into this gracious residence which features 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, 4 piazza's, and newly added backyard oasis. This replica Charleston single home was designed by renowned classical architects Bevan & Liberatos with no detail spared to ensure you are transcended back in time - from 10' ceilings, intricate millwork, stucco walls painted in Farrow & Ball hues, rough-sewn hardwood flooring to extensive brass hardware, beautiful French doors and floor to ceiling windows.The 1st floor is an entertainer's dream. The bright, one-of-a-kind kitchen features a restored vintage O'Keefe & Merritt range with 6 burners and 4 ovens paired with lacquered cabinets, oversized Viking refrigerator and dining room that spills into a piazza with gas lanterns. After dinner, retreat to the elegant front parlor for conversation by the fireplace or withdraw to the back family den to cozy up after a long day. This floor also provides a generous flex space which includes an office, swanky bar, laundry and mudroom. The 2nd floor boasts 3 gorgeous bedrooms, each with large closets and French doors to private piazza's with sunset views. The spacious Primary Suite features an independent dressing room and large bathroom with custom vanity, clawfoot tub, and separate shower. An additional 800sf was recently added to the top floor which offers 2 guest bedrooms, full bath with a dramatic arch window framing beautiful Charleston skyline views, and a gathering area with beverage center to soak up this special spot. Watch the horse & carriages walk by from a breezy piazza or lounge in the private backyard to listen to church bells and the water fountain trickle in the flower garden. The fully-fenced yard with landscape lighting offers dining, living, lawn and garden areas centered around a classic stone water fountain. The gated, private driveway has ample room for 2 cars as well as covered golf-cart parking. The home is a fortress with CBS construction on all 4 floors and built well above grade, providing an entire street level footprint underneath for additional storage, flex space, and workshop. Conveniently located near charming Colonial Lake, the shops on King Street, and many of Charleston's finest dining establishments. This unique home delivers the charm and character of an old Charleston single with the comforts of a new build. This distinct residence is a must see.

151 Queen Street, Charleston

$3,350,000
5 Beds 4.5 Baths 22015102 MLS Harleston Village SubDv. Active Status
With over 5300 square feet of elegance and livability, this home built by Benjamin Harleston Read Simons in 1894, is a unique property. Located in one of Charleston's finest neighborhoods, Harleston Village, facing Colonial Lake, this remarkable residence has much to offer the discerning buyer. Entering the property through a Philip Simmons wrought iron gate entrance, this beautiful Victorian home features soaring ceilings, eight fireplaces with gorgeous wood surrounds, stained glass windows, original heart pine floors throughout, grand porches, French doors and much more. On the first level is a grand entrance hall with a fireplace and an octagonal sitting area. A double living room and library/study with fireplaces is located on the south side. Across the hall a spacious diningroom with fireplace leads to a pantry, laundry room and a beautiful, well-equipped eat-in kitchen with a large island. Also on this level is a first floor room with full bath that can be used as a family room or guest suite. A powder room for guests is also located at the rear. Front and rear stairs lead to a grand second floor with front octagonal sunroom, three large bedrooms and a hall bath. The spacious master suite has its own bath and closet . A rear staircase leads to an expansive third floor with open play and work areas, a bedroom and a full bath and huge walk-in closet. Outside, a deck off the kitchen leads to an expansive, very private walled garden. A brick patio at the side of the yard is perfect for entertaining and relaxing. Off street parking for three cars exists on the south side. Winner of the Preservation Society's Carolopolis Awards for excellence in Historic Preservation.

50 Rutledge Avenue, Charleston

$3,300,000
3 Beds 2.5 Baths 22027327 MLS South Of Broad SubDv. Active Status
The renovated c.1788 stuccoed brick masterpiece at 6 Tradd Street is one of Charleston's finest and oldest town homes. Situated within the original walled city of Charles Towne, the John Fabre, Jr. House is now part of the prestigious South of Broad neighborhood. The home is steps away from Rainbow Row, the Charleston Harbor and a number of Charleston's best restaurants.A superbly crafted iron gate forged by the renowned local blacksmith Phillip Simmons opens to a private brick walkway which leads to the home's front door and entry hall. The spacious living room, full of charm and a multitude of natural light, boasts 12' ceilings, transom windows, interior and exterior shutters, crown molding and gleaming heart pine hardwood floors. The dining room matches the living room in formal styand adds a fireplace with period mantlepiece. Both rooms feature exquisite Italian crystal chandeliers. The beautiful and functional kitchen boasts Carrara marble countertops and tiled backsplash. High end appliances include an 8-burner Thermador Professional gas stove, Sub Zero refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher and a farmhouse sink. The kitchen opens to a charming and artfully landscaped walled courtyard and garden, offering privacy and the perfect spot for al fresco dining and entertaining. A fountain adds a delightful water feature. On the second floor, the home's original drawing room has been transformed into an elegant primary suite. The spacious bedroom is bright and light and features cypress paneling, detailed trim, a fireplace with Georgian Chippendale over mantle and a ceiling medallion with chandelier. A wrought iron Juliet balcony overlooks Tradd Street (named after the first English child born in colonial Charles Towne.) Adjacent to the bedroom is a sitting room which would also function beautifully as a home office. The luxurious primary bathroom includes a marble vanity and backsplash over dual sinks, a walk-in closet, separate tub and steam shower and laundry room with washer and dryer. The third floor has two bedrooms, both with fireplaces, and a full bath. History buffs will appreciate the exposed interior earthquake bolts. The back bedroom offers a treetop view of St. Phillip's Church steeple and the iconic People's Building. The long history of 6 Tradd Street is summarized on a marker erected by the Preservation Society of Charleston which often features the home on its popular walking tours. 6 Tradd Street is also listed as notable in "This is Charleston, An Architectural Survey of a Unique American City." The ground floor was originally merchant space. After the Civil War it became a school for African American children. In the early 20th century, preservationist Susan Pringle Frost personally oversaw the rehabilitation of the home. It is she who moved the main entrance from the street to the side and added the balcony. Careful stewardship throughout the years has ensured that 6 Tradd remains a true showplace in one of the world's greatest cities. Be part of Charleston's past and future as the next owner of this historic and beautiful home.

6 Tradd Street, Charleston

$3,250,000
4 Beds 3.5 Baths 22029416 MLS South Of Broad SubDv. Active Status
Fine 1870's Charleston single with gracious double piazzas, first floor bedroom with sitting room, an oversized deep and private lot, with the bonus of a two car garage. First floor living and entertaining includes a private office/study, large powder room, gracious dining and living rooms, all with fireplaces, and a spacious kitchen with casual seating for dining. The highly sought after first floor bedroom /mother- in- law suite with sitting room, (each with fireplace), and outside private porch is an attractive feature. Fine details include high ceilings with medallions, highly decorative plaster moldings, stone fireplaces enhancing the entertaining rooms on the first floor. The den, living and dining rooms all have French doors allowing easy access to the first floor piazzas.The second floor living includes two bedrooms with a hall full bath, and a large primary bedroom with an ensuite full bath. French doors provide access to the second story piazza from the primary and second story office. Back in the garden, the double gated deep brick driveway, opens to the 2 car garage and a large private garden area with decorative fountain. This home has been well maintained, by the owner since 1986. High and dry, Logan Street offers peaceful residential living South of Broad, with easy access to Colonial Lake, Burbages, the shops and restaurants on Broad Street and Lower King, a bike ride to Charleston Day School and easy access to Publix at West Edge and James Island. A family gathering place, a home for all seasons, there is ample space for a pool in the garden, outdoor kitchen and even a guest house.

14 Logan Street, Charleston

$2,495,000
3 Beds 3.5 Baths 22014377 MLS Harleston Village SubDv. Active Status
New construction downtown with elevator and garage! This sophisticated 3 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom home features gracious entry foyer, which leads into the open concept dining and living room with gas fireplace. The living area opens onto a long private porch, perfect for dining al fresco. The kitchen has Sub-zero and Wolf appliances, an island with barstool seating, and plenty of cabinets. Off the kitchen is a butler's pantry and bar area with cool glass countertop. A large walk-in pantry provides additional storage. The second floor features an office area at the landing, along with three generous sized bedrooms, all with en suite bathrooms. The primary suite has a private porch overlooking the tree tops, as well as a luxurious bathroom with soaking tub, marble tiled shower, and alarge walk-in closet. The first floor loggia is screened in, and is an entertainer's dream with wood-burning fireplace, large spa hot tub, and space for dining or lounging. The entire home has a contemporary and refined vibe with fine finishes, gleaming hardwood floors, high ceilings, elevator, two garages, and two private covered terraces  one off the living area and one off the master bedroom. This home was recently upgraded by an interior designer, with new lighting, all new paint, new custom closet systems, window treatments, sonos throughout, privacy fence and gates added, and many more special details. Designed by architect Beau Clowney. Halsey Park is an exclusive enclave in Harleston Village with fine homes and townhomes all centered around a newly renovated garden that is the showpiece of the neighborhood.

61 Barre Street Unit #B, Charleston

$1,995,000
4 Beds 3.5 Baths 22029457 MLS Harleston Village SubDv. Active Status
Located in Historic Downtown Charleston within the sought after Neighborhood of Harleston Village, is this magnificent 3 Story Charleston Side Hall style home, circa 1850. This home has been tastefully updated while preserving the history behind this property. As you walk into the home your attention is instantly drawn to the grand scale and craftsmanship that is sought after in downtown Charleston homes. The flooring throughout is heart pine hardwood, complemented by antique mantels for all of the fireplaces, as well as the magnificent mahogany wainscot winding staircase. To the right is the formal living room, boasting plaster crown molding throughout all public room, the classic trim work all around the fireplace, windows, doors to the first floor ''piazza'' (porch) and the traditionparlor sliding doors, connecting the living room to the dining room; with an antique french chandelier. The dining room is also equipped with a fireplace, and a lovely vintage chandelier. Running parallel to both of these rooms is the central hallway, where you will see the grand mahogany staircase, and will lead you into the charmingly updated kitchen. The kitchen has lovely cabinets, stone countertop features, luxurious appliances, brick accent wall, and an enchanting breakfast nook that overlooks your garden. Heading up the grand mahogany staircase you reach the second level. Guests often stop to appreciate the woodworking that went into making these lovely stairs, and the wainscotting to match upon their ascension to the second level. Towards the front of this level is the oversized owner's suite; featuring your own period appropriate fireplace/ mantle, full bathroom, access to your second story "piazza" and a private den/library/office. Throughout the second floor there are Downton Abbey inspired door plates on numerous doors. In addition there is a guest bedroom on this level, with their own full bathroom. Finally there is a laundry room to finish off the second floor. The picturesque third floor has 2 large dormer style bedrooms, and a full bathroom. The scale of the home is truly felt in these bedrooms as the large windows provide a ton of natural light and opens these rooms up to feel larger than a traditional dormer style bedroom. Both of the Piazzas overlook the large fenced in lot that is meticulously maintained. From the Confederate Jasmine Vines running through the fence wall for natural privacy, to the Row of Taylor Juniper Trees placed to create more privacy for years to come. There is also a storage shed that romantic vines have grown over. The 3 vehicle off-street driveway runs directly towards the storage shed, running parallel to the driveway is a delightful garden to the right, and tucked away in the corner is a fountain. So each day when you pull into your home you get the feeling that you just placed yourself in the center of your own botanical garden.

14 Gadsden Street, Charleston

$1,900,000
4 Beds 4 Baths 22028175 MLS Cannonborough-Elliottborough SubDv. Active Status
Traditional Charleston meets modern design is what you will find in this newly refined property by Cozy Development. Renewed to the highest quality, this property has undergone a studs out renovation that boasts luxury finishes with two separate dwelling units. IDEAL LOCATION Appointed within the short-term rental district; you'll be located within one quintessential neighborhoods of Charleston with the conveniences that are highly sought after with the possibility of operating as a licensed, unencumbered short term rental. If you're looking for walkability to some of the best restaurants and cafes, you will be within a five-minute walk of upper King Street, the epicenter of nightlife in Charleston. You'll have easy access to places like Prohibition, Bourbon N' Bubbles, Felix, UptownSocial and so many more restaurants, making it highly desirable for STR guests. ((FULLY RENOVATED, FURNISHED, TURNKEY (Each of the units feature two full bedrooms and two full bathrooms which have been fully renovated with similar finishes throughout. The kitchen in each unit is the focal point of every home, which is why each kitchen is dressed in gold finishes and boasts upgraded stainless steel appliances, custom shaker cabinets with a farmhouse sink, and quartz/quartzite countertops with luxury hand molded backsplash and open shelving. Other features throughout the units included walk in herringbone pattern tiled shower with an illuminated shower niche, wood floors throughout. Finally, the rear of the property has been reimagined with a paver patio, modern fencing with mounted lighting, café lighting, and turf. This property is modern and virtually maintenance free!((HIGH CASHFLOW PROPERTY(Although the property isn't currently operating as a short-term rental due to a pending fire alarm installation, comparable data suggests gross short term rental revenue could be up to $225,000 yearly.

25 Cannon Street, Charleston

$1,750,000
2 Beds 2.5 Baths 22015170 MLS South Of Broad SubDv. Active Status
In the Heart of Charleston's Old Walled City, down a quiet one way street, sits 2 Saint Michaels Alley, shaded by distinctive Italian cypress trees. This one of a kind architectural treasure (c. 1740) has not been offered on the market in 50 years and offers a once in a generation opportunity for a truly exceptional downtown lifestyle.This 2 1/2 story masonry home with a turned metal, gable roof, and double piazzas is believed to have been built just after the fire of 1740, which swept through the city on November 18, burning close to 334 homes and businesses, according to historical records.There have been many notable owners of this 2340-square-foot home during its illustrious history, including the founder of the Society for the Preservation of Old Dwellings, Susan Pringle Frost. Records show she purchased and rehabilitated 2,4, and 6 Saint Michaels in the early 20th century. Winning a Carolopolis Award in 1978 for preservation, the house offers a formal living room, formal dining, and a kitchen on the first floor. There are 11-foot ceilings and brilliant hardwood floors along with a tranquil and private courtyard garden. A custom, commissioned wrought iron gate was built by Charleston's most famous blacksmith, Phillip Simmons, and there is a holy cross and heron scrolled into the iron as per the owner's request. An elegant, free-floating circular stairwell with a mahogany banister was designed and built for the current owner. It leads you to a beautiful second-floor drawing room with a fireplace. Some original mantles, wainscotting, and chair rails still exist within the space, adding to its charm. The primary bedroom is located on the second floor and provides a generous bathroom and an unfinished walk-in closet, which can be built out to your liking. An elevator services both the first and second floor. The second-floor piazza has been glassed in and is currently used as an office and sitting room. The third floor comprises a bedroom and a bathroom/laundry room, both of which may be easily updated. The third-floor piazza is a wonderful outdoor space offering amazing vistas of the city's church steeples and roof lines. If you want to live in the oldest part of downtown Charleston and take advantage of everything the city has to offer, don't miss seeing this!

2 Saint Michaels Alley, Charleston