Rainbow Row, one of the iconic spots of Charleston, is the longest cluster Georgian row houses in the United States. Pretty too!
A beautiful gate on Orange Street casts its shadow.
This elegant driveway leads up to a house built in 1949. Its neighbors on King Street were each built in the 1790’s.
The house to which this handsome window and flower box is on Tradd Street and dates back to 1740. It was the home of the 5th postmaster of Charleston. And in keeping with the tradition of the time, the front room of the house was used as the post office.