The area at the edge of the peninsula, South of Broad, is filled with beautiful historic residential homes and gardens. You will get lost in the fairytale of Charleston’s unique features… the bend at Church Street, the pineapple gates on Legare, and the candy-colored shutters on Lower King Street. We’ve walked around South of Broad quite a few times now and we always find something new. Take a peek behind the gates for a scene of European-designed gardens, go down the small alleyways, and rest under the massive trees at White Point Gardens at the end of your walk, while you look out over the Battery. Don’t miss the plaques that tell you about your stroll through American History.
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