Beautiful, 286-Year-Old South Carolina Plantation Asks $25,000,000
Take a Look at This Stunning Property
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.
Beautiful Front Door
An intricate transom and matching sidelights add glamor to the home’s main entrance.
Formal Living Room
Recent renovations don’t detract from the home’s rich history—they accentuate it. Elegant crown molding and oversize windows echoes a different age.
In the dining room, a French door opens up onto an outdoor patio and gardens for easy al fresco entertaining.
The updated kitchen has all the modern bells and whistles, including an island and a porcelain farmhouse sink.
Wallpaper featuring a pastoral lowcountry scene lines the foyer walls.
A working fireplace serves as a charming centerpiece in the spacious master bedroom.
Free-standing tub? Yes please!
Just steps from the main home, a built-in brick firepit enjoys beautiful views of Combahee River.
The gardens are the work of Robert Marvin and Douglas Duany, landscape architects who also designed the Augusta National Golf Club.
A covered dock provides private boat access to the Combahee River.
A horse barn and the nearby stables have been impeccably restored.
Mature oaks dripping with Spanish moss dot the lush, sprawling grounds.
The Federal-style home—red roof included—looks just like it did centuries ago.