South of Broad
The oldest, most exclusive, and most expensive neighborhood on the Charleston peninsula, South of Broad (or S.O.B., as locals like to call it) is home to some of the city’s most impressive architecture. Tucked between the Georgian, Federal, Neoclassical, and Gothic Revival homes, historic sites such as the Heyward Washington House are open for tours. Take a stroll down Church Street and grab some provisions at the goat.sheep.cow. wine and cheese shop before taking harbor views at White Point Garden.
Photography courtesy of Explore Charleston