49 Tradd Street
Constructed in 1731, 49 Tradd Street, more commonly known as the Colonel George Chicken House, is one of the earliest structures in the historic district. Located in the Old Walled City of Charleston, this home has been totally renovated to meet today’s lifestyle by K&S Builder Justin Roland and the King & Society Construction team, while staying true to its unique history and charm. From the private walled garden to the elegant winding staircase, this showcase stucco-over-brick residence has it all! In addition, a welcoming foyer with fireplace, formal living and dining rooms with hardwood floors, and a sunny, modern kitchen make this one not to be missed.