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NEWS: Historic Charleston Homes Go On Display

Rainbow Row home

Featured Rainbow Row home courtesy of Milton Morris Photography and the Preservation Society of Charleston

Charleston, S.C.— Residents will be opening the doors of their historic homes to the public as the 32nd annual Fall Tours of Homes and Gardens returns to Charleston. The Preservation Society’s fundraiser that highlights the city’s history and stunning architecture stretches over five weeks, allowing visitors to get a close-up look at living in this South Carolina city. The dwellings on display, including churches and public buildings, range in styles from Federal to Italianate. While in Charleston, architecture enthusiasts should be sure to visit Drayton Hall, the country’s oldest preserved plantation house. For more information, visit the Preservation Society’s Web site or call (843) 722-4630. — Hilary Solan