This cute pink house may be small (just over 1000 sq. ft.), but it’s well situated. Located at the very bottom of King Street, if you walked out its front door and turned right, White Point Garden and the Battery would be right in front of you. Location, location, location…
Price’s Alley is one of the very cool little cut-throughs in downtown Charleston. Connecting Meeting and King Streets below Tradd Street, it’s a great way to sneak between the two.
Set well back from Tradd Street, the Bowles-Legare-Parker House (built c. 1797 -1801) used to have a view that ran down to the Ashley River. You can catch a glimpse of the house beyond its extremely large front garden through its distinctive iron fence made with crossed arrow pickets. This is a side view from Greenhill Street.
This beautiful scene can be found in Hampton Park, the largest park in Charleston. Croquet anyone?
The tower in the photo is actually on the top of the Calhoun Mansion — the largest single family house on the peninsula. It’s appeared in movies and on TV and is also open to the public. This view is from Church Street.
A threatening sky over South Battery and King Street in Charleston. Some classic beauty.