This country looking abode is a former stable and carriage house (c. 1890) that once served a large house on Legare Street that no longer exists. With the unique address of Zero Gibbes Street, it is now a standalone house with a handsome driveway and garden.
A classic Charleston sidewalk scene. This 1835 house on Legare Street has an amazing yard and garden, and still boasts some wonderful hydrangeas in window boxes. Always beautiful.
The sweet small in Charleston this time of year primarily comes from the Confederate Jasmine (aka Star Jasmine) which is in bloom all around the city. The photo-bombing roses just add to the intoxicating fragrance.