Jan 31, 2020

For Sale – Harleston Village Homes

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14 Gadsden Street

Built in 1830, this historic downtown Charleston home features stunning details including original hardwood floors, a central mahogany staircase, and original period fireplace mantles. The modern eat-in kitchen is finished with high-end stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. Enjoy views of the garden from classic double piazzas at this ideally-located Harleston Village home. Learn more about 14 Gadsden Street, Charleston 29401. 

4 Trumbo Street

Offering a light-filled floor plan complete with beautiful arched doorways, cornice moulding, built-ins and an exposed brick fireplace, this iconic Charleston Single style home lives spaciously. Formal living and dining rooms and an eat-in kitchen provide space for entertaining, or you can dine al fresco on the piazza or back patio. Learn more about 4 Trumbo Street, Charleston 29401. 

201 Wentworth Street

No expense was spared in the renovation of this elevated four-bedroom home. Exterior upgrades include a repainted exterior, architectural roof, and a new Brazilian teak deck. The living spaces feature hardwood floors and plantation shutters and the renovated kitchen boasts top-of-the-line appliances. With new SOY spray foam, updated electrical and numerous smart home features, this property has all the bells and whistles. Learn more about 201 Wentworth Street, Charleston 29401.

104 Rutledge Avenue

The Thomas Bannister Seabrook House is a rare find in Harleston Village with its elegant architectural features. The floor plan offers grand rooms with stunning details, formal living and dining rooms, a spacious modern kitchen, and a total of eight gas fireplaces. A one-car garage and additional off-street parking spaces make this an ideal property in Historic Charleston. Learn more about 104 Rutledge Avenue, Charleston 29401.

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