Charming circa 1870 ''South of Broad'' Charleston Single house on quiet end of historic Tradd Street. This home was beautifully renovated with the footprint expanded in 2006- then it was completely updated again from 2015-2017 by the current owners. Notable exterior features include double screened piazzas, a lovely walled English Garden and fountain designed by renowned Charleston landscape architect Robert Chesnut, off-street parking, storm windows and new gutters.The outside copper lanterns were designed by the late John Gantt, who designed many of the downtown Charleston gas lights. First floor features include a formal living room and dining room with beautiful original hardwood floors. A gourmet eat-in kitchen has a dual fuel replica Antique Elvira Stove, butcher-block island, Fisher Paykel Dishwasher drawers, Sub-Zero refrigerator and EdgeStar 55 wine bottle cooler. A generous and well designed laundry room is located next to kitchen for easy access and use. Four working fireplaces were recently relined and refurbished in the living room, dining room, sitting room and guest bedroom. All new electrical wiring was updated and energy efficient HVAC mini splits were recently installed. A Rinnai system efficiently heats the water. Upstairs is a well proportioned light filled guest room adjacent to an office/study which can be used as a 3rd bedroom. These rooms share one bathroom. The large master bedroom has an en suite bathroom, his and hers sinks with stone tops, soaking tub/shower and generous closet space. The master also has it's private access to the upstairs piazza. If you are looking for a reasonably priced fully upgraded Charleston single house- don't miss seeing this!
Listing courtesy of Daniel Ravenel Sotheby's International Realty.