Charleston

  • 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

  • Charleston, S.C. Carriage House: Kitchen and Dining Area

    In this beautifully renovated Charleston carriage house, the dining room and kitchen offer views of the small courtyard behind the home. The rear of the property also features a quaint guesthouse…   See the Image

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