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Homes Sold on Tradd Street – South of Broad

Living South of Broad in Charleston

Personifying the lifestyle of historic Charleston ins’t easily explained. The laid-back atmosphere and southern hospitality enjoyed from all over is an experience that is best reflected in the architecture. And nowhere better in Charleston is this represented than Tradd Street, South of Broad. Considered one of Charleston’s most exclusive and memorable areas, homes along Tradd Street feature stunning architecture-blends of colonial and Italian-style houses.

Rising columns and beautiful pastel colors add an iconic touch that isĀ unparalleled by anything else. Inside, you’ll walk through a grand living room that welcomes the whole family. Leading toward the piazzas, you’ll be allowed to soak in the Charleston skyline. In all, it’s hard to not be memorized by the archaic church steeples and expansive view of the harbor. People spend days walking around the battery, admiring the ocean and reminding themselves how beautiful the city is. Below are some pictures of historic Charleston:

South of Broad Homes

The Real Estate Market in Charleston

Over the last few years, real estate in Charleston has transitioned from a “Buyer’s” market to a “Seller’s” Market. What this means is that there are fewer homes on the market for buyers to choose from. As a result, homeowners can sell their homes quickly and have greater power over pricing. Of course, don’t go to the extreme on this. It just means you have an advantage over the market right now. For example, when you compare the houses on the market for South of Broad in Charleston, you’ll notice there are very few homes for under $700,000. Inventory has gone down and buyers are looking at the last bits. Now would be the perfect time to sell – because of the increased profit you can make and high desirability of the area. [Contact us to learn how to sell your house]

For more information on the selling process, read our article: Selling Your House? Answers to Common Questions

Recently Sold Homes on Tradd Street:

  • 192 Tradd St, Charleston, SC — sold for $910,000
  • 32 Tradd St, Charleston, SC — sold for $975,000
  • 100 Tradd St, Charleston, SC — sold for $1,980,000
  • 58 Tradd St, Charleston, SC — sold for $2,250,000
  • 6 Tradd St, Charleston, SC — sold for $2,100,000

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