Charleston Designer Showhouse
The closes this Sunday so time is running out to check out this very special home. Twelve beautiful spaces designed by ASID interior designers is sure to inspire you.
The William Steele House at 89 Beaufain Street is a historic home that was once visited by General Robert E. Lee. In 1811, construction began by the Steele Family who owned a local sawmill. The finest materials and skilled artisan craftsman from the area were used to construct the house. Orignal hand carved mantles and moldings have been carefully restored by removing 33 layers of paint in some areas.
Get there soon to see the transformation.
After touring the house we had a little something French at Gaulart & Maliclet on Broad Street
And turning back to the street we saw this magnificent site confirming yet again that we live in a very beautiful city.
Mr. H says: Nature created the land but human art built the cities-Enjoy!