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Joseph Manigault House
350 Meeting Street
"Two words: spiral staircase. And one more word: BEAUTIFUL! A must-see for architecture lovers."
Heyward Washington House
87 Church St (Broad)
"Among the 18C furniture, look for work by Thomas Elfe, one of colonial Charleston’s most prominent cabinetmakers. – Green Guide Editor"
3380 Ashley River Rd
"If you like architecture, this is a wonderful tour. You can take all of the photographs that you like which is a plus! There is no furniture iside the home; this is an unrestored plantation house."
Calhoun St (Meeting St)
"Be sure to get some Charleston Ice! Mango is delicious!"
Old City Market
188 Meeting St (at N Market St)
"A neat shopping experience. Went during spring break and was VERY crowded. Parking can be a bit tricky Try the sugar-coated pecans. They are out of this world!"
48 Elizabeth St (Wragg)
"Don’t skip the original 1817 buildings out back, including the slaves' quarters, gardens, and privies. – Green Guide Editor"
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