This is a rare opportunity to purchase a handsome and very distinguished 18th Century masonry home in the heart of downtown Charleston at a very discounted price---$374ft!! A true historical gem located South of Broad, the Carolopolis Award winning Jacob Motte House is one of the earliest residences built in the city on the land originally bought from Robert Tradd. 61 Tradd was constructed circa 1731 and sits on Lot 60 of the Grand Modell of 1672. This early Georgian 3 1/2 story masonry single house was built by Jacob Motte, who was a Huguenot and Royal Treasurer of the Province.(Jacob Motte also owned 67 acres in Point Pleasant which is now the Old Village in Mount Pleasant). Considered historically important to the city, this well appointed historic treasure offers gracious rooms, two prominent piazzas which provide beautiful vistas of St. Michaels, Charleston's oldest church. The first floor interior of this home boasts some of the finest example of Georgian paneling in the country. The period cypress paneling is accompanied by wide plank heart of pine flooring. The home also offers two brick chimneys, six fireplaces and slate roof. The kitchen provides subzero appliances and honed granite counter tops. Master bathroom has been recently upgraded with new marble and twin vanities. This property holds a basic exterior Conservation Easement with the Preservation Society of Charleston. *Please note that the kitchen house behind this home at 61 1/2 Tradd is not included in the sale. The main house is Unit A and the kitchen house is unit B of a Horizontal Property Regime. All offers contingent on third party approval. Furniture, chandeliers, sconces and washer and dryer do not convey. Covenants and Regime Documents attached next to disclosures. All offers are contingent on written 3rd party approval.