You can find this handsome 1860 house on Legare Street — which is pronounced “Luh-gree” or “Le-gree,” but never “Le-Gare.”
This cool wall, gate and house are well dressed on Orange Street.
The Simmons-Edwards House on Legare Street — better known as the Pineapple Gates House — has a wonderful history. Included in its history is that in the 1990’s it was owned by the notorious art dealer Andrew Crispo — who was implicated in the kidnapping and murder of a Norwegian Fashion Institute of Technology student.
Greenhill Street, in the heart of the Charleston peninsula, feels very much like a little country lane.
This building began its life as the Planters Hotel, and is now the Dock Street Theater. This wonderfully picturesque wall faces Queen Street.