Beautiful, 286-Year-Old South Carolina Plantation Asks $25,000,000
Twickenham Plantation has been a piece of lowcountry history since 1732, when the land it stands on was granted to Walter Izzard by King George, II of England. Today, the former rice plantation boasts more than 2,510 manicured acres in the heart of the ACE Basin with one mile of Combahee River frontage and world-class wildlife. The asking price? A cool $25,000,000.
The main Plantation house—a 4,000-square-foot, four-bedroom Federal style beauty—was built in 1878 by Major John Screven. An extensive renovation of the main home was completed in 2018, bringing this historic wonder into the modern age.
In addition to the main house and gardens are two historic guesthouses that have also been completely restored and modernized, a manager’s house, horse barn, stables, and several additional storage barns. Located a quick 20 minutes from Beaufort, and an hour away from both Charleston and Savannah, Twickenham Plantation has it all.
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Twickenham Plantation, Yemassee, South Carolina
Located in historic Yemassee, Twickenham Plantation has plenty of famous neighbors, including Tomotley Plantation, Cherokee Plantation, Hobonny Plantation and more. Split-rail fences, similar to the ones that used to line the property, still stand.
The two-story Federal style house is so well-loved, that a replica (built in 1928) stands in Charleston.