Feb 07, 2020

For Sale – Homes Built in the Mid-1800’s

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62 S Battery Street

Built in 1850 and restored to perfection, this stunning South of Broad home maintains its historic charm with beautiful millwork, exquisite fireplaces, pocket doors, and spacious rooms. Formal living spaces and a beautiful modernized kitchen create the perfect floor plan for entertaining. The rear grounds are a true oasis complete with a saltwater pool and Glen Gardner-designed garden. Learn more about 62 S Battery Street, Charleston 29401.

18 S Adgers Wharf

Located across from iconic Rainbow Row in historic Charleston, this circa 1852 townhome was fully renovated to the studs. The open concept main floor features a high-end kitchen with Viking appliances and Carrara marble. On the second and third floors you’ll find the master suite and two other bedrooms. The true highlight of the property is the private rooftop terrace with a built-in wet bar with views of downtown Charleston and the harbor. Learn more about 18 S Adgers Wharf, Charleston 29401.

14 Elizabeth Street unit A3

This beautifully upgraded condo is set in a gracious 1860’s home just steps from Marion Square, the Gaillard Center, and shopping and dining on King Street. Exposed brick, wide planked wood floors, exposed beams, and a gorgeous renovated kitchen combine the best of historic charm and modern conveniences. The charming rooftop deck offers views of historic Charleston. Learn more about 14 Elizabeth Street unit A3, Charleston 29403.

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