These wonderful Charleston houses, also known as tenements, are located at the the intersection of Anson and Wentworth Streets. While joined together, they are distinctively beautiful. Built in about 1843 by a bricklayer/mason following a fire in 1838, they were rehabbed in the 1960’s — which included removing the piazza of the house that fronts Wentworth Street.
Walking along the Low Battery while the sun is setting is a wonderful way to wrap up a Charleston day.
Even with the sub-freezing weather that Charleston has experienced this year, camellias are blooming. The pink blossoms help brighten some of the grey days.
Happy New Year from Glimpses of Charleston!
Happy New Year’s Eve from Glimpses of Charleston. May the year sail off into the sunset peacefully and elegantly. Here’s hoping your 2017 was a good one and that 2018 is even better.
Now that Christmas is over, here’s some Charleston light to brighten the way to the new year…
Merry Christmas from Glimpses of Charleston!
These interesting holiday decorations (and don’t miss the stone trough filled with green apples) are on Church Street in Charleston.
The beautiful doors of St. Michael’s Church, decorated for Christmas.