Historic House Listings

Tomotley Plantation, circa 1910. Over 1,000 acres in SC. $10,495,000

October 11, 2018

The tunnel of oaks leading up to the house are pretty amazing! Just imagine that drive everyday. Tomotley Plantation dates back to the original Kings Grant, circa 1698! In 1865 the original home was burned by Federal troops. The current house was built in 1910. Located on 1,010 acres in Yemassee, South Carolina. Five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and 5,685 square feet. $10,495,000

From the Zillow listing:


Tomotley Plantation is an iconic ACE Basin property that dates to the original Kings Grant circa 1698, when it was deeded to Landgrave Edmund Bellinger. It is best known for having two of the finest examples of Oak Avenues anywhere in the south, which were planted in 1820. As you travel through the massive tunnels of twisted oaks, Spanish Moss and dappled sunlight, you come upon manicured grounds, fenced pasture and a grand, one-story home of over 5,000 square feet with Craftsman styling and a beautiful view of the 14 acre brackish fishing pond. The original home was burned by federal troops in 1865, and the current one was built in 1910. This is a landmark property, composed of 1,010 acres that provide world class hunting and fishing opportunities in the classic lowcountry setting.

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