One of the great early Georgian homes of Charleston, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This home is on 51 acres and is one of the largest residential plantations. Nestled in a wooded spot only 7 miles from the city, this property has easy access to Downtown Charleston, 3 miles from the John’s Island Executive Airport and close to Kiawah Island. The Manor House still has most of its original Georgian paneling made of Cypress from the early-to-mid 18th century. There was a Federal addition, an octagonal wing, around 1795. This gorgeous property comes with luscious gardens. The kitchen house, carriage house, and 3 BR guest house were all renovated within the last 10 years. Large fireplaces are present in nearly every room of the ready-to-renovate Manor House.