This plantation community engulfs you in natural beauty with significant historical value. Its roots can be traced all the way back to King George the Third. Though it transferred hands several times over the years, the most celebrated owners were the Tucker Family. While always a successful plantation, it was not until the Tuckers took over that it became a booming enterprise, putting out one million pounds of rice each year. From its great hay days in the mid to late 1800s until the present, Litchfield Plantation has always been a place that is filled with a magical quality.
Boasting one of the area's most beautiful azalea lined avenue of oaks, Litchfield Plantation offers lovely wooded homesites, some with views of the historic ricefields.
Come through the gates of Litchfield Plantation and step back in time as you drive down the Avenue of Oaks toward the plantation house circa 1740 (Large White House in pi...
Listing courtesy of The Lachicotte Company of SC , Cathy Charnley.
Litchfield Plantation is unmatched in the area for historic beauty. Enter the avenue of oaks, and you will feel swept back in timet. There is a marina with slips availabl...
Listing courtesy of The Litchfield Company RE , Bud Harper.
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