Harleston Village Is A Treasure Trove For Discerning Buyers

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Few southern neighborhoods are as alluring as Charleston’s Harleston Village. So this week, we set our sights on the prestigious community for our latest Splurge vs. Steal. The historic enclave is well-know for its Georgians and Italianate buildings. Plus, it offers tree-lined streets, a pond, and proximity to King Street bars and boutiques. Take a look and see which listing is more you. What we find may surprise you!

Splurge: Iconic Charleston Single With Carriage House For $2.95M

First off, there is nothing more enticing than a Charleston single with classic charm. This one is all that and more, met by period details, designer upgrades, and an incredibly private outdoor oasis.

From the listing we learn it’s known as the Thayer-Lynah House and sits in the heart of Harleston Village. The five-bedroom, five-full-bathroom residence boasts a whopping 5,000 square feet. And it affords incredible touches like original heart pine floors, soaring 14-foot ceilings, and two marble fireplaces. 

We are head over heels for the detailed moldings, French doors, and sun-soaked interiors, but it’s the fabulous back porch, pool, and gardens that really impress. A separate carriage house has been transformed into a well-appointed guest suite. And the formal gardens by E. Gaillard Johnson are lushly landscaped to perfection! 

So many details, so little time. But you better act fast! This stunning Charleston splurge won’t last long.

Charles Mcintosh with The Cassina Group has listed 110 Ashley Avenue, Charleston, South Carolina for $2.95 million.

Steal: Harleston Village With Loads of Charm For $574.9K

According to the listing, this beauty is, “perfectly situated for exploring downtown Charleston on foot.”

The two-bedroom, two-full-and-one-half-bathroom stunner is also In the heart of the historic Harleston Village district. It rests on Trumbo Street, which the listing calls, “a low-traffic locals’ favorite, less than a block from Colonial Lake and Charleston’s exclusive South of Broad neighborhood.” 

In addition to the classic architecture and delightful pastel-colored exterior, the home offers plenty of space to entertain and tons of natural light. There are dramatic arches that create a sense of space, gorgeous moldings, and a striking exposed brick fireplace. An updated kitchen, spacious master, and impressive outdoor space take this steal to the next level. 

The listing says, “Beyond the piazza, which is complete with characteristically blue beadboard ceiling, this property features a walkway and back patio, paved in a sophisticated basketweave brick.” What more could you want for the price?

Leize Gaillard with William Means Real Estate, LLC has listed 4 Trumbo Street, Charleston, South Carolina for $574,900.