Cable TV, Elevator, Garden.
Burglar Alarm, Central Air Conditioning, Cook Top Range, Dishwasher, Disposal, Gas Appliances.
Family Room, Formal Dining Room, Foyer, Kitchen/Dining Combo, Laundry Room, Living Room, Walk-In Pantry.
Charleston jewel in the best South of Broad neighborhood on charming lower Tradd Street. CA 1788, 3 story brick/stucco structure recently renovated to include elevator; eat-in kitchen opening into private walled garden. This property is one of the few double tenements remaining within the original walled city. Historic records indicate a double tenement (2 family) structure has been on this site since before 1727. The building, 5 & 7 Tradd, was twice destroyed by fire and rebuilt; the current building was rebuilt after the 1778 fire but has been completely separated from #7 since 1743. Prior occupants of #5 have been merchant Daniel Hall (1785), portrait artist Cephas Thompson (1800) and possibly barber Moses Brown (1822). Today #5 provides elegant living space for full time or part time residents.
9'+ Ceilings, Stucco, Brick- solid, elevator, smooth ceilings, Lawn irrigation, gutters, Roof: Copper.
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