Isle Of Palms
Where: Charleston, South Carolina
Private, Pristine, and Expertly designed, this 3 story masonry Charleston Single House with a pool and separate guest house sits on a ''street to street'' lot on East Tradd--South of Broad. Sophisticated and charming, this marvelous home is in turn-key condition and provides a level of interior finish and detail the most discerning buyer will appreciate. This high lot is located in a non-hazardous X Flood Zone, and the 5,947 ft main house boasts grand, light filled rooms room with high ceilings. Perfectly stained, hand milled heart of pine flooring can be found throughout the home. A combined dining, chef's kitchen and family room provides an brilliant space to dine and entertain family and friends. A substantial marble island with seating is the focal point of the kitchen,
The Inglis Arch House, built in 1787, was completely rebuilt in 2004 by artisans who specialize in restoration. The first floor flows through two entries, powder room, a grand eat-in kitchen with fireplace, and into an atrium den/dining room with glass doors opening to the terrace. The second floor has a big glamorous entertaining room, an elegant bedroom suite with private bath and a professional quality utility room. The third floor contains two large bedrooms supported by two baths and walls of closets. The fourth floor, also reached by elevator, is a rooftop terrace with views spanning the Charleston Harbor. We should note this is located in an X Flood Zone, with no flood insurance required or ever needed during current ownership.
Grand Spanish Revival 2893sft plus an additional 232sft for finished cellar for a grand total of 3125sft of usable, air-conditioned space. Home has formal living, formal dining, large kitchen with pantry and mudroom, full finished attic flex space, finished 232sft cellar/entertaining space, 3 bedrooms and 2 baths and including an inground pool, two-car garage, summer kitchen and fully fenced 85*122sft double corner lot (.24 acres) facing Hampton Park. National Register of Historic Places describes this circa 1920 bungalow/Spanish Revival influenced home as follows: Hipped roof with pedimented gable projections, gable dormers, an engaged porch at facade, with piers and apron wall, deck extending around the east (President Street facing) elevatio
First time on the market in over 50 years. 114 Tradd Street is a beautifully maintained late 18th century historic home. Complete with a formal living room,dining room and a cypress paneled den.The main house has 3 large bed rooms and 2 and a half baths. Two piazzas overlook a lovely private garden. An attached kitchen house, complete with 2 bedrooms and 1 full bath, sits behind the main house and can offer rental income or be used as a guest house.The property also has a private drive way.