Isle Of Palms
Where: Charleston, South Carolina
First time on the market in over 50 years. 114 Tradd Street is a beautifully maintained late 18th century historic home. Complete with a formal living room,dining room and a cypress paneled den.The main house has 3 large bed rooms and 2 and a half baths. Two piazzas overlook a lovely private garden. An attached kitchen house, complete with 2 bedrooms and 1 full bath, sits behind the main house and can offer rental income or be used as a guest house.The property also has a private drive way.
Spectacular marsh and water views! Custom built home with 11' ceilings on first floor and 10' ceilings on 2nd floor. Open and airy floor plan featuring a gourmet kitchen and butler's pantry with an ice-maker and beverage fridge. Beautiful hardwood floors and tile on 1st & 2nd floors. This home features many of the highly desired features such as master suite on the first floor, junior master suite on the 2nd floor, total of 4 spacious bedrooms (including FROG) each with an attached bath. A large upper level bonus room could also serve as a 5th bedroom. Front brick porch overlooks 16th hole of Ralston Creek Course, while the covered back porch has marsh and water views and is enhanced with an outdoor fireplace. Optional elevated & in-ground pool conceptual drawings are in Documents section
Property is located in an X Flood zone - no flooding during current ownership and No flood insurance is required! A beautifully restored historic residence with water views on Rainbow Row, the Inglis Arch House, circa 1787, is perfectly suited for every lifestyle. Enter through the iron gate at the front of the home down a lantern lit covered walkway to the main entrance, which opens to a large entry hall with powder room and three different storage closets. The gracious dine in kitchen to the right of the entry hall is open and spacious. With double ovens, a large Wolf gas range, and generous island, it is ideal whether you are cooking for one or twenty, eating by the fireplace at breakfast, or with a few guests for less formal occasions.
Stately 1924 replica of the Twickenham Plantation house, located on Charleston's iconic Murray Boulevard waterfront. Generous deep porches welcome you into this light-filled home, with large windows providing direct views of the water and passing boats. Built in the Federal style, this double house has large front rooms connected across the entrance hall, with kitchen, sunroom, and den in the rear. Ideally suited for entertaining and family life. A covered piazza off the sunroom provides an inviting connection to the large private walled garden with grand oaks and beautifully planted beds. The master suite occupies half of the second floor, boasting views of the water from the bedroom, and a massive walk-in closet complete with numerous built-ins and dressing area. The upper hall