The Wentworth Mansion, built c. 1886 as a private house on Wentworth Street, was once known as “the finest home in all of Charleston.” With about 24,000 square feet of space, it’s an amazing building. You can stay there, as it is now a spectacular 5 Star hotel.
This beautiful pink house on East Battery (c. 1848) is reaching the end of a long restoration, converting it from a B&B back to a single family house. Once owned by a dentist, the popular story about the pink color is that it represents healthy gums. It is not the original color of the house, but has become iconic and the new owners decided to keep it that way.
This beautiful Charleston entryway is to a Meeting Street house built in 1789. If you turn left when walking out the door you’ll quickly come to the intersection of Meeting and Broad Streets — known as the Four Corners of Law (dubbed that by Robert Ripley, of Ripley’s Believe It or Not).