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Spent several hours just strolling around the fabulous old southern state colonial houses of Beaufort. On previous trips we have had the guided tour of this area but this time we picked up the local map and did it ourselves. Locals are always ready to...更多
Take time to walk the area and enjoy the beautiful homes built before the Civil War. Many were built by wealthy plantation owners. Lots of history. Some used in movies filmed in the area.
Was on a cycling tour of old Beaufort and just happened to come across this area. Lots of pretty old homes-nice to look at, and essentially iconic of the old south.
The coastal south region is full of beautiful antebellum homes and Beaufort is no different. Less known than Charleston or...更多
Who doesn't like to stroll on historical tree-shaded streets and look at the various architectural styles among the homes? It is one of the highlights of visiting Beaufort. Get a map at the Visitors Center and take your time. It was surprising to us that...更多
It's a good way to spend five minutes. It's nice, but don't make a special trip to see it. If you stumble upon it, it's an "Oh, this is nice, now let's go" type of place.
Beaufort, South Carolina, was in Federal hands about six months after the beginning of the Civil War. It was also one of the richest towns in America before the war. It's antebellum homes were never destroyed. The Point (along with upper Bay Strret) is the...更多