41 Tradd , South Of Broad, Downtown Charleston, SC

Price $2,600,000

South Of Broad, Downtown Charleston, 29401

3,200 sq ft • SFA

3 Bedrooms, 3 Full Baths, 1 Half Baths

3 Stories

  • Lot Size

    0.080000 acres

  • Year Built

    1745

  • Exterior

    Brick - Solid

  • Addl. Exterior

    Patio

  • Garage

    Off-Street Parking

  • Lot Description

    .5 - 1 Acre

  • Other Features

    Trash Pickup

  • Elementary School

    Memminger

  • Middle School

    Courtenay

  • High School

    Burke

The Jonathan Badger House is a Pre-Revolutionary masonry home which is believed to have been built sometime after 1746 by Charleston cabinet maker, Jonathan Badger, who purchased this lot from Anne Elliot Saunders Waight. (Earlier records show that Anne Elliot inherited this lot upon the death of her father Thomas Elliot in 1730). This Georgian brick town home or "tenement'' is an excellent example of the 18th century Charleston architecture and is considered one of the best exposed brick buildings of the mid 18th Century in the heart of the Old Walled City. Flemish bond brick work and jack arches can be found on the Tradd street facade, coupled with English common bond brick work on the east side of this home. 41 Tradd sits on one of the highest locations on the peninsula.

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