DuBose Heyward House, composed of two completely restored Post Revolutionary houses circa 1740-1785, is distinguished as a National Landmark House for its storied past. It was here that DuBose Heyward wrote the novel that became Porgy and Bess. History also recounts the visits of George and Ira Gershwin, as well as George Washington. From its French-doored sitting rooms and balconies to its fountained courtyard, it epitomizes the charm of Charleston.

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