Most grand Charleston homes also had a carriage house and stable, but almost all of these have been renovated for human habitation. Behind 67 Rutledge, a hay trough and horse feeder have managed to survive well into the age of the auto.
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On the second floor of 67 Rutledge is what has to be one of Charleston’s oldest surviving bathtubs - one made of copper. Not only was it durable (it’s survived about 150 years), but copper also is naturally antibacterial.