Charleston

  • Charleston, S.C. Georgian-Style Mansion: Twin Parlors

    As exemplified in this elegant Georgian-Style home, twin parlors became popular in Charleston during the 19th century. Dual parlors such as these could be opened up to provide  space for large…   See the Image

  • Charleston, S.C. Georgian-Style Mansion

    This 19th-century southern mansion once belonged to a Charleston, S.C. shipping merchant. The Georgian-style home shows influences from the classical architecture of ancient Greece and Rome,…   See the Image

  • Charleston, S.C. Georgian-Style Mansion: Parlor

    High ceilings on the first floor are a common characteristic of historic Charleston homes, as seen in this Georgian-style mansion that once belonged to a wealthy shipping merchant.   See the Image

  • Charleston, S.C. Georgian-Style Mansion: Statue and Entryway

    Just inside the entrance to this Charleston, S.C. mansion is this imposing statue that offers a visual keynote to the home's classical styling.   See the Image

  • Charleston, S.C. Georgian-Style Mansion: Dual Stair Entry

    The elegant front staircase in this Charleston, S.C. mansion was designed with tradition in mind. The heart-shaped dual stair offeres a regal welcome to all visitors.   See the Image

  • Charleston, S.C. Georgian-Style Mansion: Entry Hall

    From the floor to the ceiling, the welcoming entryway in this Charleston mansion is appointed in fine woodwork and elegantly refined touches.   See the Image

  • Charleston, S.C. Georgian-Style Mansion: Parlor Furnishings

    The parlor in this Charleston, S.C. mansion is furnished in a formal style and houses a collection of Eastern artwork including statues and pottery.   See the Image

  • Charleston, S.C. Carriage House: Master Bedroom

    In this charming Charleston, S.C. carriage house, the cozy master bedroom's warm color palette offers a soft complement to the polished hardwood floors and hand-carved antique furniture.   See the Image

  • Charleston, S.C. Carriage House: Dining Room

    The traditional decor in this converted carriage house complements the home's timeless architectural details, including crown molding, wainscoting and stately fireplaces.   See the Image

  • Charleston, S.C. Converted Carriage House

    This charming Charleston, S.C. home was built as a carriage house for a neighboring building in the 1850s. The arched front door was originally designed for horse-drawn buggies to pass through.   See the Image

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