6 beautiful homes in Charleston County, South Carolina
Charleston. Major Peter Bocquet Jr. built this three-bedroom brick home in 1770 and lived there for 10 years before the British confiscated it during the revolution. An extensive renovation by area artisans in 2012 highlighted historic details: exposed beams, woodwork, fireplaces, and long-leaf heart-pine floors.
Walls were repainted using paint conservation analysis. The house includes a salon, a ballroom, and a one-bedroom apartment. $2,950,000. Sebrina Leigh-Jones, Luxury Simplified Real Estate, (843) 801-4583.
Charleston. This three-bedroom home stands near Colonial Lake and King Street, a historic shopping area. The renovated 1866 house features an open floor plan, hardwood floors, a gas fireplace, a large kitchen with pantry, and double porches.
The fenced property includes a garden, two parking spots, and exterior storage. $1,350,000. John Settle, Carolina One Real Estate, (843) 696-9045.
Wadmalaw Island. Part of a private community, this three-bedroom Lowcountry house is 20 minutes from downtown. Details include a Wisconsin-flagstone foyer, Vermont barn wood in the den and kitchen, and double doors opening onto the courtyard.
The 3.1-acre property has a tidal creek, an approved dock permit, and a garage with a second floor. $2,250,000. Helen Geer, William Means Real Estate, (843) 224-7767.
Mount Pleasant. The 1850 Charles Jugnot house is in the historic Old Village, near the harbor. The five-bedroom home has a chef’s kitchen with a marble island, multiple fireplaces, and a first-floor master suite with vaulted ceilings and an office area.
The property includes a saltwater pool, formal gardens, and a custom fire pit. $2,795,000. Cammy Dennis, Carolina One Real Estate, (843) 568-1419.
Isle of Palms. Set on a 1.6-acre oceanfront property, this six-bedroom home has double porches overlooking the water. The house features an open floor plan, an elevator, two master suites, a kitchen with a wine bar, and a finished basement.
The landscaping by a renowned area designer includes a gazebo and a wooden stair-way down to the beach. $3,995,000. Jenn Maher, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, (843) 327-2053.
Charleston. This two-bedroom home on the Upper Peninsula was built in 1930. The open-concept interior features Brazilian cherrywood floors, a gas fireplace, built-in bookshelves, and a modern kitchen that opens onto a screened-in porch.
Part of a three-house condo regime, it has a private street entrance and shares outdoor space. $350,000. Marshall Walker, The Marshal Walker Group, (843) 628-2806.