Sep 23, 2022

For Sale – Historic Downtown Homes

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This traditional Craftsman-style home was built in 1919 on a beautiful corner lot in Hampton Park Terrace. This home has been recently updated and offers modern day conveniences with plenty of historic character. Upon entering, you are immediately welcomed by stunning antique heart pine floors and natural light from all directions. An open concept living space provides plenty of room to dine as well as a spacious seating area with a built-in entertainment system. A detached guest cottage is the perfect place for out of town guests or for a home office. Conveniently located on the upper peninsula, the Hampton Park Terrace neighborhood is on the National Registry of Historic Places. Learn more about 324 President Street.

31 E Battery Street

Directly across from the Charleston Harbor, you’ll find a rare opportunity to restore Charleston’s only available grand home on High Battery. This home comes with renovation plans that have been fully approved by the city’s Board of Architectural Review. Designed by renowned architect Eddie Fava, the restoration of this historic home includes a rooftop deck, detached garage, and many other coveted luxuries, while of course maintaining the home’s interior wood paneling, custom Tiffany-designed features, and other historic details. Enjoy the best of South of Broad living by enjoying breathtaking views from all three floors and cooling sea breezes from the large yard and piazzas. Learn more about 31 E Battery Street.

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