Dream property time! True Blue Plantation, circa 1798 in SC. $1,725,000

August 9, 2018

I would alternate between living on the porch and then living on the dock. Perfect spot to kayak! True Blue Plantation House was built in 1798. Its name was derived from all of the Indigo grown on the property. There are views of Pawleys Island with over 100 feet of creek frontage. Located on 1.36 acres in Pawleys Island, South Carolina. Six bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 4,400 square feet. $1,725,000

From the Zillow listing:


Historic True Blue Creek House located on a pristine piece of property offering one of the most desirable views of Pawleys Island with over 100 feet of creek frontage. Situated among the natural beauty of the salt creeks, the large oak trees, all the lush landscaping along your driveway and it all begins at your white picket fence and historic marker. The name True Blue is derived from “Indigo” which was grown at the plantation for blue dye. This plantation home is equipped with 6 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and offers large open rooms providing ample space for entertaining and large family gatherings. Wood burning fireplaces with antique mantles, hardwood floors, crown molding, recess lighting, smooth ceilings, formal dining area, eat in kitchen with new appliances, wet bar, large hallways, walk in closets, claw tub, large master bath and antique doorknobs throughout. Spacious covered porches on the front and side of home ideal for lazy afternoons and evenings watching the fishermen, kayaks and paddle board enthusiasts meandering through the creek. The floating dock provides access to the salt creek and an exposed sandbar from mid to low tide where fishing, shrimping and crabbing can easily be done. You don’t want to miss this Historic home which is truly something special in the beautiful community of Pawleys Island.

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