10 of Charleston’s Most Gorgeous Currently-On-Market Properties

10 of Charleston’s Most Gorgeous Currently-On-Market Properties

Charleston is filled with historic houses and modern architecture, some of which are always on the market. If you’ve been searching for the perfect home, or just enjoy taking in the scenes, you know that these Lowcountry beauties never stay on the market for very long.

For those of you who are in the market, or may just be looking for a little Pin-spiration, check out 10 of Charleston’s Most Gorgeous Currently-On-Market Properties (in no particular order).

4 Maiden Lane, Charleston

Fun facts about this property:

-Equipped with an elevator that goes from garage to the top floor.

-Gorgeous views from all three floors of porches.

38 South Battery Street, Charleston

Fun facts about this property:

-Decorative oak flooring in nearly every room of the house.

-Built by Frederick Heinz, a successful baker and ice cream manufacturer.

 83 Church Street Unit A, Charleston

Fun facts about this property:

-This property is listed as ”Valuable to the City” in ”This is Charleston: An Architectural Survey of a Unique American City,” which was first published in 1944.

Fenwick Hall Plantation: 1709 River Road, Johns Island

Fun facts about this property:

-One of the great early Georgian homes of Charleston, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

-The Manor House still has most of its original Georgian paneling made of Cypress.

1663 Fort Lamar Road, Secessionville

Fun facts about this property:

-Incredible panoramic view overlooking Morris Island Lighthouse and Clark Sound.

-Every bedroom, as well as the living room, has a waterfront view.

602 Piping Plover Lane, Kiawah Island

Fun facts about this property:

-The sizable family room, with large stone-surround gas-log fireplace and custom hearth, features over-sized sliding glass doors to the back deck overlooking the golf course.

2500 Palm Boulevard, Isle of Palms

Fun facts about this property:

-Sheila Wertimer designed the garden which includes an approved site plan for a pool.

-A lovely oceanfront estate on a lot extending from Palm Boulevard to the primary dunes of the Isle of Palms beach.

Seabrook Plantation: 7311 Jenkins Hill Road, Edisto Island

Fun facts about this property:

-The house was built by William Seabrook in 1810 on 350 acres with majestic views, surrounded by approximately forty feet of water.

-The house is a Federal-style plantation with a grand, double staircase designed by James Hoban, the architect of the White House.

Selkirk Plantation: 5920 Selkirk Plantation Road, Wadmalaw Island 

Fun facts about this property:

-Selkirk Plantation is actually two separate lots (#11 and 12). The main house with attached guest suite is located on Lot 11 that contains 50 acres.  Lot 12 sits on 12 acres and is located to the right of a private entrance.

11 Boathouse Close, Mount Pleasant

Fun facts about this property:

-Pièce de Résistance is the full roof top deck, equipped with a refrigerator, ice maker, and solar lighting.

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