Fantastic new renovation of 1851 antebellum grand double Charleston house.
I am a Charlestonian native that wants to share Charleston's way of life with you!
This is a brand-new space that I just finished working on after 5 years using every reclaimed piece of heart pine, tin, and old slate that I could re-use or find. It is very impressive to see. I think you would enjoy.
City of Charleston business license # BL008268-09-2017.
George’s home is located in Charleston, South Carolina, United States.
Cannonborough district is an inviting downtown area, blending stylish historic and reproduction residential construction. Located within walking distance of the College of Charleston and the University of South Carolina Medical Center complex, this neighborly, yet metropolitan area has some of the more affordable properties in the city. Notable Homes and Buildings and fun facts: The most famous house in Cannonborough is the McBee House at 172 Rutledge, now the centerpiece of Ashley Hall School. The 1815 Regency Villa style home was once owned by George Trenholm, an expert duelist and financier of Civil War blockade runners, and presumed to be the man on whom the Rhett Butler character was based in Gone With The Wind. Cannonborough is a short walk to Upper King Street where you will find some of Charleston's favorite eateries and shopping spots. Old southern flavors abound at the Hominy Grill at 207 Rutledge Avenue, a restaurant featured in Gourmet, Esquire and Food and Wine magazines, as well as The New York Times. Serving breakfast, lunch, the restaurant specializes in the southern staple made from milled corn. The size to which kernels were ground distinguishes hominy, which is slightly larger, from the more minute-sized grits. In either case, mixed with butter and cheese, or paired with shrimp or eggs, the rich taste is a long-time favorite and tradition. Basil is a local favorite for lunch and dinner. Rue De Jean, a French style bistro, referred to as Rue by most of Charleston has wonderful mussels. Voted one of the best French restaurants in town. If it is dessert you like, then you have come to the right place as well. There are cupcakes of all shapes and sizes at Cupcake owned by Kristin Kuhlke. The Macaroon Boutique is a traditional bakery/pastry shop where you will find all sorts of breads, rolls, and colorful cookies baked with fresh ingredients by the French owners.