This country looking lane is actually a driveway on Tradd Street, in the heart of the the South of Broad neighborhood.
This pretty house on Church Street, and a number of other similar looking houses in the area, was built by something called the Charleston Improvement Corporation in about 1906. Now a gorgeous residential area in the heart of the historic district, the property had previously been used for industrial purposes by the Charleston Hydraulic Press Company.
Some beautiful colors on a 1880 house on South Battery Once this house would have faced the Ashley River, but landfill has ruined its water view.
This lush Charleston spring scene can be found on Limehouse Street.