| Johnstone, Andrew|
25 October 1973
| 14 miles (23 km) south of Georgetown, between South Carolina Highways 18 and 30, in Georgetown County, South Carolina.|
c. 1833 (1833), c. 1880, 1966
Greek Revival architecture
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Annandale Plantation, originally known as Millbrook, is a historic plantation house located near Georgetown, in Georgetown County, South Carolina.
Annandale Plantation (Georgetown County, South Carolina) Wikipedia
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.