Learned many new things about Charleston and its residents .These houses are beautiful and well maintained
About Joseph Manigault House
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Short tour of an unfinished renovation. Knowledgeable guide but a bit disappointed that we only got to see a handful of rooms. Should have visited the Calhoun House
Two very distict architectural styles ended up in this house. The guides do a great job at pointing out the details, explaining what a young architect took risks on our had novel ideas with and how it influenced things in other homes. If you like...More
Stopped on our city tour, interesting old house with good guides. Worth seeing but not a must do as moderate in size and style.
The grand staircase is among the finest in the city, the furnishings are impressive as are the architectural details and accessories right down to the bell pull cords.
Compared to the Hayward-Washington House this 18093 home was boring. Many of the artifacts in the house were not from the house. The tour guide sounded like a recording.Nice home, but their are better home to tour.
The home itself is beautiful and the guide was excellent. The history of the home and the things that have happened to it and around it since it was built are fascinating!
As an architecture and history nerd, I have toured a lot of historic houses throughout the United States, but I haven't been to many that were as well-preserved as the Joseph Manigault House. All of the pieces were from the correct time period, and many...More