This house on Legare Street, built in about 1759, was renovated in 1911. Among the the changes made were the additions of the brownstone panels below the windows and the parapet. A little gussying up!
One of the great things about Charleston is that there is so much to see, photograph, sketch, or paint. Here a class is taking in the wonderful columns of St. Philip’s Church.
This beautiful gate, walk and doorway can be found on Tradd Street. This house, and two of its neighbors were built in the early 1880’s — each having a distinctive bay window in the front of the house, which is not commonly found in the local houses.