Historic Charleston Homes
For Fabulous Front Porch Ideas
Seafood, southern hospitality, beaches, and great porches! Historic Charleston homes have universal appeal for their residential architecture.
You won't find many other places in the world where you will see beautiful front and side porches on so many different style homes.
Mary and I traveled to Charleston to bring you some unique front porch ideas. It's a fun city to explore; there's a porch around every corner and down every street! We strolled up and down almost every street in the historical district and saw some amazing porches.
If you need more porch ideas be sure to see more of our historic and turn-of-the-centuries homes.
We hope you enjoy seeing them and can glean ideas for your own front porch design!
Colonel James English House - circa 1760 (Single Style Home)
At 32 Legare Street, intricate wrought iron gates and fences are common. They include the famous Sword Gates (pictured below). If you travel down the street further to 14 Legate Street you will find the famed "Pineapple Gates" home.
Sword Gate House - 1832
John Ashen Home - 1782 (four story double house)
Colonel Robert Breton House - earliest single style house
Other Architectural Style Porches in Charleston
Visiting Charleston SC soon and want to see some historic Charleston homes? If so, here's a few porch hunting tips!
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