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Category: South of Broad

    Historic Downtown Listings: 110 Ashley Avenue & 82 Murray Blvd

    By Admin | March 18, 2020

    110 Ashley Avenue 110 Ashley Avenue (also known as the Thayer-Lynah House) is a historically charming home located in the heart of Harleston Village. Built in 1881, this Charleston single offers a traditional foyer as you enter the home with dual parlors on either side. The living spaces showcase detailed moldings, heart-pine floors, two marble fireplaces,... Read More

    4 Atlantic Street: South of Broad Home With Historic and Modern Blend

    By Admin | June 5, 2018

    Explore this classic Charleston single as it’s located in one of the most prestigious sections of South of Broad. Established in 1840, 4 Atlantic Street showcases a unique blend of historic charm with the suitability of modern upgrades, which is a perfect fit for today’s home buyer. Living & Dining Upon entering, you will be... Read More

    10 Colonial Street: Impressive South of Broad Home

    By Admin | April 17, 2018

    Experience this South of Broad home as it’s within walking distance to Colonial Lake and popular Downtown Charleston shops, restaurants, and landmarks.  Not only is this 1912 Charleston cottage in a prime location, it also showcases a beautifully renovated interior and sophisticated outdoor area. Traditional Floor Plan 10 Colonial Street is an exceptional downtown home.... Read More

    9 Colonial Street: Charming South of Broad Home

    By Molly Glover | January 5, 2018

    9 Colonial Street is a charming home that has been flawlessly maintained.  It is located in a peaceful area in South of Broad, so you have the opportunity to be close to downtown and also live in a serene neighborhood.  The home is 3,150 square feet with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms and offers a wonderful... Read More

    29 East Battery, B: One of Charleston’s Most Notable Properties

    By Molly Glover | December 5, 2017

    29 East Battery, B is a stunning, pre-Civil War mansion located on the Battery and is recognized as one of Charleston’s most beautiful and photographed properties.  The two-story condominium features 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms & 4,624 square feet of living space and is truly a must-see. Upon entering, there is a grand private entrance on... Read More

    1 King Street #105: Gracious Harborfront Condo in Downtown Charleston

    By Molly Glover | February 6, 2017

    Located in the heart of downtown Charleston, this elegantly appointed condo in the Fort Sumter House overlooks the Charleston Harbor. 1 King Street #105 sits in the South of Broad neighborhood, one of the most coveted areas on the peninsula.  Just beyond the front door are The Battery, White Pointe Gardens, Waterfront Park and other... Read More

    38 S Battery Street: Iconic South of Broad Home

    By Molly Glover | October 20, 2016

    Located on the tip of the historic Charleston peninsula, South of Broad is one of the city’s most coveted and sought after neighborhoods.  Historic homes, iconic architecture, tree-lined streets and local shops, galleries, restaurants and parks define the area.  Our featured listing at 38 S Battery Street is located in the heart of South of... Read More

    135 Broad Street: Victorian Duplex South of Broad

    By Molly Glover | May 17, 2016

    South of Broad is one of downtown Charleston’s most coveted neighborhoods.  WIth beautifully preserved homes, inviting parks, colorful private gardens, eclectic local shops, savory restaurants and a vibrant community, it is no wonder that this unique neighborhood is one of the most sought after places to call home. Our featured listing at 135 Broad Street... Read More

    38 Church Street: Renovated South of Broad Estate

    By Molly Glover | April 14, 2015

    Located in one of the most coveted areas of the downtown Charleston peninsula, this South of Broad estate at 38 Church Street is sure to impress even the most discerning buyer. Location Sitting on a large quarter acre lot, the home is positioned on Church Street between Water and Atlantic Streets.  This established part of... Read More

    27 Lamboll Street: Historic Downtown Charleston Home

    By Molly Glover | July 7, 2014

    Nestled on the corner of Legare and Lamboll streets, the stunning historic home at 27 Lamboll Street is the kind of Charleston gem that isn’t often seen on the market. The home, known in historical circles as the Richard Reynolds House for its first owner, was built in the 1850s and has aged elegantly with... Read More

    South of Broad Market Update: First Quarter 2014

    By Molly Glover | June 18, 2014

    Located in downtown Charleston, the South of Broad neighborhood is filled with many historic homes.  Real estate sales in the area have traditionally been strong and the first quarter of 2014 continued this trend with a 34% increase in sales from the first quarter of 2013.  To help give greater you a insight into this... Read More

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