184 Broad Street is being offered for sale for the first time in seventeen years!

This charming, updated property features 2 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, overlooking iconic Broad Street. Constructed in the late 1800s, this home is approximately 2,000 sqft with high ceilings and abundant natural light throughout.

The property includes a large manicured front yard, plus a two-car garage. The first floor consists of a large drawing room as you enter, with a spacious dining room adjoining the renovated galley-style kitchen.

Both the primary and secondary bedrooms are on the second level, complete with a large piazza offering views of Colonial Lake.

184 Broad is centrally located, within walking distance to boutique shopping, fine restaurants, and many of Charleston’s historic attractions.

For more information, visit our website here!

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Circa 1812. Purchased after construction and renovated by Dr. Vincent LeSeigneur in 1814. Born in Normandy, LeSeigneur relocated from Santo Domingo. He was known as a caring and generous physician who practiced medicine in Charleston for over 50 years. LeSeigneur added the two adjacent lots, north and south, around 1826 to create the unique garden enjoyed today. The crenelated stair addition to the north along with the adjoining of the main house to the dependency was done around 1900 by the Hopkins family. The Hopkins/Lebby families owned the property for over 100 years.

The main house is a three-and-a-half-story masonry home, handsomely finished with south-facing, double-tiered piazzas. The top level piazza is open with a balustrade; the first level features a beautiful row of nicely fluted Doric columns. More recently, this fine masonry home was meticulously restored, offering a historic and lush setting. The location is one of the best in the South of Broad area, quiet and picturesque. Sited on the historic bend of lower Church Street, the lot offers formal gardens and a private pool terrace on the south piazza side of the property. In addition, the north garden features a rare parking court with a private gate from Church Street giving additional access to the heated and cooled garage, kitchen, and pool house.

Inside the home, the interior plaster work is second to none with fine Adamesque details – handsome door surrounds, intricate carving, plaster friezes, all painstakingly restored by hand. From the windows and piazzas, this home offers eighteenth century postcard views with an abundance of light.

The first floor drawing room is very fine; the second floor drawing room is one of the best offered today in the historic district. The kitchen was recently redeveloped along with the addition of a glass wall allowing easier access to view and enjoy the garden. Quartz countertops, Wolf, Miele, Thermador, along with chic custom cabinetry help to create a modern and functional showpiece.

The lush pool terrace is perfect for entertaining with family and friends. There is a separate pool house that originally was one of the few remaining pigeoneers in the city. A private outdoor spa is to the rear corner of the garden. Additional features include climate controlled garage; parking for multiple cars off street; separate laundry; smart house electronics to control security, climate, lighting, and music (Sonos); gallery lighting; electric gates.

For more information, visit our website here!

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Carriage Properties is pleased to welcome Kristopher King to our team!

A native of Aiken, SC, Kristopher studied Architectural History at Trinity College and obtained a Masters in Historic Preservation from the University of Pennsylvania before making Charleston his full-time home. Over the last 25 years, he has developed deep professional connections and local knowledge of Charleston real estate. He has developed infill projects, undertaken or contributed to countless rehabs and restorations, and worked with scores of homeowners, architects, and contractors, earning numerous Carolopolis awards.

He is an Adjunct Professor at Clemson University, a presidential appointee serving on the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, and a board member of Drayton Hall. He has been a community leader advocating for Charleston’s neighborhoods and has served on numerous city and regional task forces addressing everything from growth to tourism management. Most recently, he worked leading the turnaround of the Preservation Society of Charleston, initially as President of the Board, then as its Executive Director. Kristopher understands how unique and special Charleston truly is.

We are excited to bring his passion, experience, and knowledge that will certainly benefit his clients!

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Rare, turnkey equestrian estate of 81.7 pristine acres nestled in the stunning Lowcountry, listed by James Maybank. An oak-lined private drive delivers you to a truly secluded natural oasis just 10 minutes from Downtown, James Island, and West Ashley.

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Many notable improvements make this an ideal property for the weekend rider or seasoned equestrian professional. Featuring a large, newly renovated cinderblock barn with six custom oversized stalls, two with Comfort Stall flooring, a slab floor, tack room, very large drive-in storage area, feed room, and hot/cold-water washing station.

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The barn has heating and air conditioning and a separate system to heat and cool the tack room. A second four-stall barn has an attached two bedroom and two bathroom fully renovated cottage for a full-time trainer or weekend guests.

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Four lush pastures and a professionally leveled and lighted dressage ring have also been added to the property.

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The main house is a four bedroom, two bath log cabin, built overlooking the two-acre stocked pond, perfect for cooling down pets on a hot summer afternoon or to just wet a fishing line. The main house features an open floor plan and wood-burning fireplace, and is perfect for either a weekend getaway or full-time use. The large bay windows off the living room overlook the main pastures allowing you to watch your horses, or the many deer and turkeys living here while you enjoy your morning coffee in front of the fireplace.

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No expense has been spared in transforming this place into a premier equestrian property with over 80 acres of conserved natural sea island beauty! The only way to fully appreciate such a grand and unique property offering is to experience it in person.

Visit our website here! for more information!

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Classic early Georgian architecture graces this wonderful South of Broad home. To-the-period proportions and scale combined with modern additions allow for today’s living.


Rare curved double piazzas, early staircase detail, and tall ceilings make this home a showcase for furnishings and entertaining. The spacious master suite, with its gorgeous over mantels opens to a generous bath and closet suite. Opposite the master is another finely detailed library/den.


The 3rd floor is complete with a charming bedroom and bath. On the main level, behind the well designed kitchen is a comfortable den with its own full bath. At the 2nd level rear, you will find another beautifully appointed guest bedroom with en-suite bath. Both overlook an incredible private terraced garden designed by Shelia Wertimer.


The location is picturesque and perfect. Stroll down historic Church St day or night to enjoy the beauty. Beautifully cared for, all systems up to date. Gated off street parking.

Listed by Charles Sullivan. For more information, visit our website here!

All photos are the property of Carriage Properties, LLC.

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