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Annandale Plantation (Georgetown County, South Carolina)

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Built by  Johnstone, Andrew
Opened  1833
Added to NRHP  25 October 1973
NRHP Reference #  73001709
Area  6 ha
Annandale Plantation (Georgetown County, South Carolina) httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediacommonsthu
Location  14 miles (23 km) south of Georgetown, between South Carolina Highways 18 and 30, in Georgetown County, South Carolina.
Built  c. 1833 (1833), c. 1880, 1966
Architectural style  Greek Revival architecture
Similar  Beneventum Plantation House, Friendfield Plantation, Grove Plantation, Chicora Wood Plantation, Arcadia Plantation

Annandale Plantation, originally known as Millbrook, is a historic plantation house located near Georgetown, in Georgetown County, South Carolina.

History

The Annandale plantation house was built about 1833, and is a two story, Greek Revival style residence. It has a Tuscan order inspired portico. A rear addition was added about 1880 and a north wing in 1966.

Annandale includes two outbuildings: a slave cabin which has been converted into a recreation building and the plantation-doctor’s house, now a residence. It was the site of the first tide-operated rice mill constructed in the state (c. 1792).

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.

References

Annandale Plantation (Georgetown County, South Carolina) Wikipedia


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