» LOG IN to write comment.

rhettjmorgan Sweet ride 2w

» LOG IN to write comment.

maryeradams Who even knew this was here ?! 2w

» LOG IN to write comment.

theartcounsel 'The space is confining, barely 6-feet in width and bounded on both sides by a 3-story Charleston single and an 8-foot tall privacy wall covered in Confederate jasmine and bearing the scars of a couple of centuries of wear-and-tear.' 3w

» LOG IN to write comment.

alxmyles Sunday stroll #charleston #chs 4mon
  •   soorma Favorite alley! 3mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

skipatrol43 Side streets and alleyways in Charleston. #charleston #walks #alley #cobblestone #south #history 5mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

lacqueredlife Good morning from Charleston. #lacqueredlife #charleston #stollsalley #wisteria 5mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

» LOG IN to write comment.

brandilwolfe We just got home from spending the entire day outside exploring! I love today and I love spring in Charleston! #charleston 5mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

kaitlinforster Exploring #charleston #sc 6mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

Normal Historic Charleston Foundation
historiccharlestonfoundation Even on the warmest days, Stoll's Alley is cool and dark. This skinny brick path dates to the mid-18th century and is named for the blacksmith, Justinius Stoll, who owned the property by 1759. #charleston #stollsalley #preservation #historyisalive 7mon

» LOG IN to write comment.