Othniel Beale built this house at 99-101 East Bay Street in Charleston sometime after 1748.
But what’s unique about this house is it was the first house to be restored on the street. Mrs. Dorothy Legge started restoration in 1931 and was recognized for her superior work by the Preservation Society Of Charleston in 1992.
One of the most photographed streets in America, East Bay Street with its Rainbow Row houses is a popular tourist attraction in Charleston, SC.
We handcraft it from 3/4" thick wood with colorful details on the front and a short history on the back. Casper, our black cat mascot, found a nice sunny spot on the wrought iron railing to take a long afternoon catnap.
Proudly made in the USA!