Elegant farmhouse, built in 1819, features an open and bright kitchen

Say hello to Chicora Wood Plantation! This beautiful homestead, built in 1819, is a historic property located in picturesque Georgetown, South Carolina. It was even home to Governor Robert F. Allston in 1850!
This historic country plantation also features nearly 1000 acres of incredibly gorgeous grounds and numerous outbuildings, including a smokehouse, carriage house, and a gatekeeper's cabin. Best of all, the house is located alongside one mile of tranquil riverfront!
Extensive manicured gardens, impressive mature oak trees, and decorative Spanish moss line the pathway up to this country manor, welcoming all who visit. 
This country plantation features an absolutely enormous wraparound front porch that is the perfect spot to relax on a hot summer's day. With a view like that, we'd never want to leave!
The foyer of this country plantation features a splendid staircase and gleaming hardwood floors. Antique-style lighting creates a warm and inviting atmosphere that is sure to charm every guest. 
The sitting room in this historic farmhouse features unique built-ins such as these ornate bookshelves. A crystal chandelier adds an extra element of elegance to this room. 
This country kitchen includes a grand fireplace to help keep warm on chilly winter mornings. The lovely blue accents in this room add a vibrant pop of color to the room, too!
The country kitchen opens up into a breakfast room with absolutely breathtaking views. We could get used to living like this!
This bedroom, one of ten in this incredible country manor, is full of old-world charm that is sure to delight. Tall windows allow for abundant light, and a classic canopy bed is a sight for sore eyes after a long day's work!
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