Monday, May 7, 2018

Bliss on the Battery

From Southern Lady:
The tree-sheltered streets of Charleston’s prestigious South of Broad neighborhood are wrapped in romance, and at the very heart of the area’s narrative is the charming Two Meeting Street Inn. The history of the enchanting white house that stands on the coveted corner of Meeting Street and South Battery begins with a love story. Back in the late 1800s, Charleston jeweler Waring Carrington met and married the lovely, young Martha Williams. The delighted father of the bride bestowed an incredibly generous gift: a check for $75,000 to be used for the newlyweds’ first home. The stunning Queen Anne–style house they built in 1892 now welcomes guests as Two Meeting Street Inn, a bed-and-breakfast. (Read more.)


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