Isle Of Palms
Where: Charleston, South Carolina
A very unique and charming home situated among old oak trees and historic homes on a spacious lot with parking and well-manicured outdoor space. Two stories with new bedroom and new large bath on the first floor. The second floor has 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths, with a deck off each bedroom. Sitting in the living area and kitchen, you have a view of the garden and entertaining area among the historic oak trees. Renovated 3 years ago. A must see!
4 Atlantic is located in the most coveted section of South of Broad. On the corner or Atlantic and Zig Zag Alley, between Church and East Bay Streets, this light filled Charleston residence offers history and charm. Built in 1840, 4 Atlantic Street is a classic Charleston single restored to blend the historic integrity of the home with all modern conveniences. It has a unique south facing corner lot and garden and the home basks in warm, natural light from all sides. Each bedroom has its own bath, and the third bedroom serves as a library with a high end Murphy bed for guests.Recent renovations include new pool, outdoor kitchen, mosquito abatement system, brand new exterior paint, newly coated roof and secure gated parking.NO WATER in the property or pool during any of the floodin
This unique pied-a-terre exhibits a stunning 2017 renovation of a kitchen house South of Broad, which was originally built in 1800 with the addition of a two-story glass and steel structure, blending historic charm with 21st century modernism. The new addition was designed by one of Charleston's leading modern architects, built by Jimmy Tupper of Tupper Construction, one of the city's most sought-after builders. 107 King Street is a rare find South of Broad for those looking for high end, modern features in a single-family home with a charming courtyard and off-street parking for two cars.As you enter the foyer, the exposed brick and gallery walls with accent lighting showcase the stunning quality of this home. The living room has walls of glass and steel, 9 1/2' ceilings and a wood
This Property is located on HIGH GROUND and the street has a long history of NO TIDAL FLOODING. Listed as ''Valuable to City'' in This Is Charleston, this stunning, 1770s grand pre-revolutionary Georgian home has been meticulously restored by Glenn Keyes and Richard Marks. Located on a spacious double lot with southern exposure on one of South of Broad's most coveted streets. As you enter the home you are greeted by a beautiful foyer, detailed stair hall, and both formal living and dining rooms. The floor-plan is perfect for day to day living and for entertaining. Both formal rooms feature exquisite original woodwork, antique mantles and marble fireplace surrounds. The dining room features Zuber wallpaper and fine millwork.