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South Of Broad Charleston SC Homes for Sale

South of Broad St is one of the most desired areas of not only Charleston, SC to own real estate, but undoubtedly the entire United States. Literally just as it is named this area is the most popular part of downtown Charleston, SC. It has majestic historic homes, mixed in with large luxury condos overlooking the harbor and shopping district of downtown Charleston, South Carolina. Real estate South of Broad St in Charleston, SC can be pricey, and goes up as high as almost $20 Million for a historic mansion property. Feel free to search the real estate listings on MLS South of Broad in gorgeous downtown Charleston, SC – Listings are from LOWEST to HIGHEST.

MLS Listings Data

Total Listings:
92
Average Price:
$2,395,512
Highest Listing Price:
$9,500,000
Average Days On Market:
192
Average Price/Sqft:
$722

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117 Broad, Charleston, SC, 29401

12 Beds 12 Baths 9887 Sqft
There are very few places in the United States where someone can lay claim to living in the home of a ''Founding Father.'' Edward Rutledge, signer to the Declaration of Independence, lived in this...
There are very few places in the United States where someone can lay claim to living in the home of a ''Founding Father.'' Edward Rutledge, signer to the Declaration of Independence, lived in this...
$ 7,495,000

69 Church, Charleston, SC, 29401

7 Beds 8 Baths 8524 Sqft
69 Church Street is one of the largest pre-Revolutionary houses in the city, with a grand estate lot stretching back to Ford's Court. Historically and architecturally significant, this Category 1...
69 Church Street is one of the largest pre-Revolutionary houses in the city, with a grand estate lot stretching back to Ford's Court. Historically and architecturally significant, this Category 1...
$ 9,500,000
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