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Boone Hall Plantation served as Orry’s family’s home (Mont Royal) in North and South. The antebellum mansion is located in South Carolina near Charleston and has the distinction of being one of America’s oldest working plantations, growing and producing crops for over 320 years. The house itself dates to the early 20th century... there are even still 9 original slave cabins still standing on the property!

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Boone Hall Plantation served as Orry’s family’s home (Mont Royal) in North and South. The antebellum mansion is located in South Carolina near Charleston and has the distinction of being one of America’s oldest working plantations, growing and producing crops for over 320 years. The house itself dates to the early 20th century... there are even still 9 original slave cabins still standing on the property!

Hampton Plantation Historic Site, McClellanville, South Carolina is home to an 18th-century plantation that was one of the many Revolutionary War sites that served as a place of refuge for women and children during the war.  The rice fields surrounding the property hid Francis Marion when British troops arrived at Hampton Plantation to search for him.

Hampton Plantation Historic Site, McClellanville, South Carolina is home to an 18th-century plantation that was one of the many Revolutionary War sites that served as a place of refuge for women and children during the war. The rice fields surrounding the property hid Francis Marion when British troops arrived at Hampton Plantation to search for him.

The Wedge Plantation  near McClellanville in Charleston Co., South Carolina is a wedge-shaped property between the Harrietta Plantation & the Fairfield Plantation. The plantation house was built around 1830.It is located near the Santee River. The house was built by a rice planter William Lucas around 1826. Lucas was a son of Jonathan Lucas, who invented a rice-pounding mill. It remained in the Lucas family for the next hundred years.It was a working rice plantation up to about 1914.

The Wedge Plantation near McClellanville in Charleston Co., South Carolina is a wedge-shaped property between the Harrietta Plantation & the Fairfield Plantation. The plantation house was built around 1830.It is located near the Santee River. The house was built by a rice planter William Lucas around 1826. Lucas was a son of Jonathan Lucas, who invented a rice-pounding mill. It remained in the Lucas family for the next hundred years.It was a working rice plantation up to about 1914.

Rice Hope Plantation - Georgetown County, South Carolina www.findinghomesinhenderson.com #realestate #lasvegas

Rice Hope Plantation - Georgetown County, South Carolina www.findinghomesinhenderson.com #realestate #lasvegas

Go Inside a Historic South Carolina Plantation House Turned Family Hom Photos | Architectural Digest

Go Inside a Historic South Carolina Plantation House Turned Family Home

Go Inside a Historic South Carolina Plantation House Turned Family Hom Photos | Architectural Digest

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