gb-color-30-sc Charleston is a city with a long and proud history. It's filled with landmarks of historical significance, including many that the city's own residents may not know about. One of these is the Governor Thomas Bennett House, owned and managed by Charleston's Roper Hospital. The house is filled with detailed wood work, chandeliers, marble fireplace mantels, and more spectacular structural details. It was built circa 1825, and is considered to be of tremendous architectural importance to Charleston. It has one of only two free-flying staircases in the entire city, and the whole building has been recently restored to provide an elegant backdrop for events and parties. The house's large interior is both extended and enhanced by a large piazza overlooking the garden. The garden itself is one of the most beautiful and well-designed traditional gardens in all of Charleston. With its large brick courtyard and fountain, it's an ideal and distinctive setting for any number of functions. The Governor Thomas Bennett House is but one of many spectacular architectural treasures hidden in Charleston, and is available to book for events such as weddings and parties year round. Read the full article here: History Tour - Governor Thomas Bennett House

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