Stunning 300-Year-Old Charleston Plantation For Sale on Johns Island
This property is seriously stunning.
Fenwick Hall Plantation
Private Oak-Lined Drive
A long drive lined with majestic oaks draped in Spanish moss leads the way to the home’s main entrance.
Fenwick Hall Plantation Manor House
The stunning Manor House retains much of its original Georgian brick. The home’s Federal-style octagonal wing was added circa 1795.
The once-grand main house has been prepped for restoration.
Rich Cypress Paneling
The Manor House has preserved most of its original Georgian Cypress paneling from the early-to-mid 18th century.
The elaborate woodwork and oversize fireplaces appear more than ready to be restored to their original glory.
The reflecting pond and surrounding gardens, designed by renowned landscape architect, Sheila Wertimer, has hosted its fair share of glamorous events throughout the years.
Soaring palms add serious drama to the property’s reflecting pool.
The Guest House, built in 1975, is one of three newly updated private residences on the property.
Rustic Guest House
Exposed wooden beams and brick give the relatively new construction a decidedly old world feel.
Modern Guest House Kitchen
A vintage gas range and open shelving are just a few things to love about the Guest House’s kitchen.
The Carriage House, which has undergone stunning interior renovations, was constructed in 1750.
Carriage House Open Floor Plan
Fenwick Hall Plantation’s current owner, hedge fund sponsor, John C. Pernell, lives in the gorgeous Carriage House.
Carriage House Kitchen
The Carriage House kitchen boasts all the modern amenities, including marble countertops and an oversize island with a built-in range and a copper vent hood.
Carriage House Original Details
Original beams and brick do double duty as design features and reminders of the Carriage House’s rich history.