The Captain John Morrison House (circa 1805) is one of the most distinctive homes in the Charleston Single design. The home displays beautiful, historic architectural details throughout the interior, combined with the modern efficiencies of a luxurious home. The exterior has a four-bay facade which faces Tradd Street and triple-tiered columned piazzas. An abundance of natural light fills this home. High ceilings make every room grand in scale. The renovated kitchen is a stunning space offering all new top-of-the-line appliances. Its outdoor access to the first-floor piazza creates the perfectflow for entertaining guests. The master bedroom is located on the second level with a newly remodeled dressing room and updated en suite master bath. Three additional bedrooms and two updated baths are found on the expansive third level. The attached remodeled carriage house is a wonderful guest suite with a sitting room that provides garden access on the first floor. A bedroom, walk-in closet and bath can be found on the second floor. The manicured grounds were reconfigured to include a garden and gated drive that leads to ample parking at the rear of the lot. 125 Tradd Street offers the opportunity to live in a beautifully updated historic home in the coveted South of Broad neighborhood. There is an Exterior Easement with Historic Charleston Foundation. The Baccarat amethyst chandelier in the dining room does not convey. All curtains do not convey. All other light fixtures convey.
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