- 5800 sqft
- 350.0 acres
- Historic plantation near Charleston, South Carolina
- Beautifully restored main house built in 1810-1812
- Substantial waterfront on Edisto Island
- Two guest houses and caretakers cottage
- Landscaped grounds, formal gardens and oak lined avenue
- Fantastic hunting and fishing
The plantation’s main house was built by William Seabrook in 1810 and became the prototype for other builders in the area from that time forward. Mr. Seabrook was one of the first planters who accumulated a fortune by growing Sea Island cotton. He was a pioneer in the use of salt marsh mud as fertilizer and he established a steamboat line that ran between Charleston and Savannah. Today this historic house is the finest of those remaining on Edisto Island.
Other improvements include two guest houses, caretaker’s house, equipment sheds, two docks, the dock and tea house, storage sheds, and green houses.
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