Attention on the peninsula of Charleston, South Carolina can often be difficult to get because there are so many signs of ageless beauty.? From spectacular architecture, to the rainbow of colors, Charleston offers a fruitful stimulus of the senses.? As we burst into springtime, we can all but smile as the blossoming flowers spread their petals and illuminate this city.
The homes are a vital part of our ambiance and their attention to detail, charm and uniqueness offer locals and tourists a walking tour of pleasure.? One stretch that offers an abundance of charm is Rutledge Avenue.? With historic 94 Rutledge, Cannon Park, Colonial Lake and the spectacle of homes and businesses, this stretch of road from Calhoun Street to Broad Street, is a walking parade of elegance and warmth.
Take a walk with us (wear something comfortable and bring a camera).? This is one mini parade of homes you do not want to miss.
94 Rutledge, the former home of Isaac Jenkins Mikell (I. Jenkins Mikell House) built in circa 1854 has been placed by The Preservation Society of Charleston
The pillars of Cannon Park are the remains of a convention center built in 1899.? In October 1981, a fire destroyed the building leaving the pillars behind.? Today, this beauty park is home to dog walking, yoga, picnics, weddings and festivals.