Historic Downtown Homes for Sale: 82 Tradd Street, 80 Vanderhorst Street & 49 Society Street

December 22, 2020

Downtown Charleston is popular for its beautifully preserved architecture, history and charm.  Famed local restaurants, national and local retailers, museums, parks, galleries and more are located throughout the city, providing endless entertainment opportunities.  Read on to learn more about three of our featured historic downtown homes for sale!

82 Tradd Street

Located in the highly admired South of Broad neighborhood, 82 Tradd Street offers 2,904 square feet of living space with four bedrooms, three full bathrooms and two half baths.  The home was built in 1890 and has beautifully preserved details including hardwood floors, crown molding, exposed beams and fireplaces.  The traditional floor plan includes light-filled formal living and dining rooms, as well as an expansive, updated kitchen which opens to a family room.  Marble counters, custom cabinets, a center island and professional grade stainless steel appliances are found in the kitchen, while the family room has great natural light, built-in bookcases and French doors opening to the private rear courtyard, complete with a privacy fence, blue stone patio, fountain and lush landscaping.

The primary bedroom suite is located on the second floor and features a well-sized bedroom, French doors opening to a balcony and private bath.  There are two additional bedrooms on this floor, one with an en suite bathroom and one which access a hallway full bath.  A third floor bonus room with a full bath serves as the fourth bedroom and there is also living space on the basement level.  There is also off-street parking–a major plus for the neighborhood.  For more information on this home or to setup a showing, please contact listing agent Jane Stoney Cook.

80 Vanderhorst Street

80 Vanderhorst Street is found in another popular neighborhood on the peninsula–Harleston Village.  A wrap-around front porch, wrought iron fence and colorful landscaping enhance it’s curb appeal, while the interior showcases a beautifully updated home that keeps it’s 1890’s charm intact.  The living room and kitchen are open to one another, creating great flow for entertaining.  Hardwood floors, an exposed brick fireplace and large windows overlooking the porch define the living room, while the contemporary kitchen features a center island, modern cabinets, granite counters and stainless appliances.  A private formal dining room is located in the rear of the home and opens to the spacious screened porch.

The upstairs primary suite has a beautiful bay window with built-in window seat plus an office, walk-in closet and en suite bath with a tiled shower, soaking tub and marble-topped dual sink vanity.  There is a guest suite on this floor with it’s own private full bath as well as a second guest room.  Both guest rooms open to a covered porch overlooking the backyard.

Outdoor living spaces abound and include a full front porch, covered porch on the second level, an expansive screened porch and a lushly landscaped backyard.  A brick-driveway provides off-street parking and you are within walking distance of the College of Charleston, MUSC, King Street, shops, restaurants, parks and more.  For more information on this listing or to setup a showing, please contact listing agent Jimmy Dye.

49 Society Street

Nestled in the Ansonborough neighborhood of downtown Charleston is 49 Society Street.  Built in 1838, the three-story home has a traditional floor plan with grand formal rooms including a formal living room and formal dining room.  The kitchen has been updated with marble counters and black cabinetry while penny tile flooring and a tin ceiling evoke the home’s historic charm.  Built-in bookshelves, multiple fireplaces and hardwood floors are some notable finishes throughout the home.

The second and third floors are home to four total bedrooms.  Each bedroom has a fireplace to add character and warmth as well as its own private bathroom (updated with upscale finishes such as marble floors, tiled showers and polished nickel fixtures).

A private, walled courtyard provides the perfect place to relax and enjoy Charleston’s beautiful weather.  The exclusive space benefits from lush landscaping, a brick patio and ivy-covered walls as well as a fire pit and fountain.  Ample off-street parking is another plus as is the home’s location which is just a short walk from restaurants, galleries, parks, shops and more.  For more information or to setup a private showing, please contact listing agent Robertson Allen.