Type: Single Family Detached
Listing ID: 20025826
91 Tradd is a classic-frame construction, three-story Charleston single-family home located South of Broad within the Historic District. Circa 1850, this 1,867+/- sq. ft. four bedroom home offers large rooms with plenty of natural light, high ceilings on every floor, beautiful original heart pine floors, and a lovely renovated kitchen, plus new air conditioning system. An open living and dining room with a fireplace and beautiful French doors leading to the brick patio. A little powder room completes the first floor. The kitchen features handcrafted maple cabinetry, crown molding, custom-faced appliances, built-in banquettes and gorgeous solid-slab Bianco Avion marble countertops. The wide staircase reaches up three levels to the four spacious bedrooms and two full bathrooms. This
South of Broad
51 - Peninsula Charleston Inside of Crosstown
Ceiling - Smooth,Window Treatments - Some
MASTER BEDROOM DESCRIPTION
WATER / SEWER
Public Sewer,Public Water
Other (Use Remarks)
0 - .5 Acre
MISCELLANEOUS EXTERIOR FEATURES
JR HIGH SCHOOL
Single Family Detached
SINGLE FAMILY DETACHED STYLE
Listing information last updated: Sat Dec 26 2020 11:17:08 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
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