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Historic c.1810 Seabrook Plantation on 350 Acres on Edisto Island, SC for $8.5M (PHOTOS)

Historic c.1810 Seabrook Plantation on 350 Acres on Edisto Island, SC for $8.5M (PHOTOS)

Historic c.1810 Seabrook Plantation on 350 Acres on Edisto Island, SC for $8.5M (PHOTOS)
October 17
17:29 2018

Historic c.1810 Seabrook Plantation on 350 Acres on Edisto Island, SC for $8.5M

7311 Jenkins Hill Road, Edisto Island, South Carolina, United States, 29438

Besides being architecturally stunning and wonderfully maintained, this 8,325 square foot Federal style plantation home has much more going for it. The storied plantation was commissioned in 1810 by William Seabrook. Seabrook hired White House architect James Hoban to design what would become known as the Seabrook Plantation. Today, the historic property spans 350 acres with majestic views and is surrounded by deep water providing easy access by boat to Kiawah and Seabrook Island. The main house is mesmerizing with an interior highlighting many of the original details from the past with modern upgrades, including a large eat-in kitchen with fireplace and upgraded bathrooms. The main house has five bedrooms, four full baths, and two half baths, there are also two guest houses, two docks, a caretaker’s house, a tea house and greenhouses. Many of the home’s outbuildings are in need of some attention. According to South Carolina Plantations, Seabrook resided at Seabrook Plantation until his death in 1836. His second wife, Emma Elizabeth Edings, lived on the property until approximately 1855 when it was sold to John Evans Eddings, Jr. The history of the home also includes use as a provost and headquarters for the Union Army in 1862. The property has been managed for hunting and recreational activities and is under conservation easements limiting the land to be subdivided into no more than six parcels. Seabrook Plantation is on the market for $8,500,000 with Carriage Properties

 

Seabrook Plantation in 1928 © Contributed by Chip Hall

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 





 



 



 

 







 

 

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