May 26, 2023

For Sale – Historic Properties

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Welcome to this historic South of Broad gem that dates back to 1860 and offers a blend of historic charm and modern comfort. Elevated six feet off the ground just two years ago, the home’s original character has been beautifully preserved. As you enter, you’ll be greeted by a spacious open floor plan, perfect for hosting family gatherings or entertaining. A light-filled living room is situated at the front of the house. The kitchen takes center stage with a large island and ample storage, seamlessly flowing into a relaxing den. Step onto the screened-in porch to enjoy the serenity of the lush garden below. The landscape and hardscape have been fully redesigned, providing a true downtown backyard retreat. Learn more about 17 Logan Street.

18 Broad Street unit 801

Welcome to luxurious penthouse living at 18 Broad Street, one of Charleston’s most spectacular properties in the heart of the city’s historic district. Built in 1911, this magnificent home encompasses the top two floors of the People’s Building and showcases wonderful panoramic views of Charleston. The penthouse underwent an impeccable renovation that was the vision of New York designers, Monique Gibson and Andrew O’Neal, and executed by Meadors, Inc. It boasts more than 8,000 sq. ft. of living space with an additional 3,500 sq. ft. outdoor rooftop. It was truly built for entertaining, whether enjoying an intimate family gathering or hosting a gala for 200 guests. Learn more about 18 Broad Street unit 801.


This handsome 1857 Italianate style home is set in the most desirable location in Charleston – just steps away from the harbor and all the charm of the city’s most notable architecture. Built with a side-hall entryway the home has expansive double-gallery rooms opening onto the western piazzas, perfect for entertaining and gatherings. The rear of the home features a gourmet kitchen that opens into the comfortable family room with a back porch. Looking off the side piazzas you will see the two-car driveway and beautifully landscaped garden designed by Glen Gardner. Complete with historic charm, and built to last, this property is waiting for its next owners to call it home. Learn more about 1 Water Street.

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