The Hidden Pirates Courtyard In South Carolina You Won’t Be Able To Pass Up

(Editor’s Note: This courtyard is now posted as private property. Please do not enter the courtyard without permission from the owner.)

Visitors to the oldest city in South Carolina are often filled with a sense of intrigue and find themselves awestruck over the many historic homes that line the narrow streets downtown. A simple self-guided tour helps to get an up close glimpse into both the past and the present in Charleston’s historic district. But, like a gigantic old worn mansion, the city is filled with secret passages and garden rooms (also called courtyards) that are more difficult to find.

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(Editor’s Note: This courtyard is now posted as private property. Please do not enter the courtyard without permission from the owner.)

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