This South of Broad home has been exquisitely restored and offers a brilliant European ambiance while also fitting perfectly into one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Charleston.
32 Tradd Street is a beautifully renovated circa 1790 historic home perfectly located South of Broad near the corner of Church and Tradd Street. Through the gated entrance you will be greeted by a spacious foyer with soaring ceilings, stunning custom crown molding and original heart pine floors. This home offers a truly flexible floor plan and exhibits both European and Charlestonian attributes.The sunlit kitchen faces the street and has been updated with stainless steel appliances including a built-in warming drawer. This space opens to a well-appointed living room with a gas fireplace that could easily be utilized as a formal dining room. French doors lead to a private courtyard with garden and fountain, combining indoors and out for an effortless entertaining lifestyle. Completing this level is a powder room as well as access to the crawl space with sump pump and cistern. The beautiful master suite is situated on the second floor with a charming sitting room featuring another gas fireplace. The bedroom offers dual closets as well as a bathroom with shower. There are two guest bedrooms on the third floor that are connected by a closet with individually secured doors. Both floors have large hallway closets for plenty of storage. A beautiful guest bath was updated in 2015 and a brand new stacked washer and dryer can also be found on this level. The fourth floor dormer room has ample storage and is currently used as an office, but could easily be converted into a guest bedroom as it has its own bath. Additional improvements include new Rinnai hot water heater, new two-zone HVAC, relining of working fireplaces and total replacement of the first floor joist. Wood flooring was also redone and in 2010 various French doors were replaced, custom shutters were added on the first floor and joists in the attic were re-inspected and redone where needed. Stucco work was completed in accordance with the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Rehabilitation. 32 Tradd Street is in a superb downtown location within walking distance of restaurants, art galleries, the Battery and King Street. There is an exterior easement with the Historic Charleston Foundation. Drapes, window treatments and the second floor sitting room light fixture are negotiable. All window shutters convey. The entry hall light fixture does not convey.
The kitchen opens to a well-appointed living room with a gas fireplace that could easily be utilized as a formal dining room.
The sunlit kitchen faces the street and has been updated with stainless steel appliances including a built-in warming drawer.
The master suite is situated on the second floor with a charming sitting room featuring another gas fireplace. The bedroom offers dual closets as well as a bathroom with shower.
French doors lead from the living room to a private courtyard with garden and fountain, combining indoors and out for an effortless entertaining lifestyle.
GreatSchools Ratings for South Carolina are based on the Standards of Learning (SOL) End-of-Grade reading, writing, math, science and history/social science results and the End-of-Course reading, writing, algebra I, algebra II, geometry, biology, chemistry, earth science, world geography, Virginia and United States history, world history I and world history II results. Grade 8 history/social science results were not included due to incomplete reporting by the state. GreatSchools compared the test results for each grade and subject across all Virginia schools and divided them into 1 through 10 ratings (10 is the best). Please note, private schools are not required to release test results, so ratings are available only for public schools. GreatSchools Ratings cannot be compared across states, because of differences in the states' standardized testing programs. Keep in mind that when comparing schools using GreatSchools Ratings it's important to factor in other information, including the quality of each school's teachers, the school culture, special programs, etc.
The data relating to real estate for sale on our web site comes in part from the Broker Reciprocitysm Program of the Charleston Trident Multiple Listing Service. Listings held by brokerage firms other than William Means, are marked with the Broker Reciprocitysm logo or the Broker Reciprocitysm thumbnail logo (a little black house) and detailed information about them includes the name of the listing brokers. INFORMATION DEEMED RELIABLE BUT NOT GUARANTEED. Copyright Charleston Trident Multiple Listing Service, Inc. All rights reserved.
To keep browsing, please log in. When you do, enjoy unlimited access to the entire Charleston area real estate system. Plus, save and share your favorites and schedule showings with ease.