Oct 01, 2021

For Sale – Homes Built in the 1930s

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This iconic Charleston Single House was built in 1930 and exudes historic charm. Perfectly set back from the street, this home features a welcoming front walk and gorgeous curb appeal. Upon entering, you will be welcomed with a light-filled open floor plan, boasting beautiful original heart pine flooring. Make your way into the bright kitchen that overlooks the backyard. Enjoy relaxing from one of the piazzas or from the spacious fenced-in backyard. Explore popular attractions such as the beloved Hampton Park and nearby shops and restaurants. If location and character are high on your list, don’t miss this charming and classic Charleston home. Learn more about 557 Rutledge Avenue.


Located in downtown’s historic South of Broad neighborhood, this circa 1938 property welcomes you with a beautiful foyer that flows into the formal living room, formal dining room and sitting area. This home features immaculate crown molding, stunning curved staircases and Brazilian cherry floors. Offering generous outdoor space, enjoy the beautiful Charleston weather from the second-floor deck, the screened-in porch, or the spacious backyard and garden. In walking distance of popular attractions, enjoy an evening stroll to the Battery, Colonial Lake and delicious restaurants. Learn more about 192 Tradd Street.

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