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Historic Thomas Hardee Parrott Plantation

1452 E. Bobo Newsom Highway, Hartsville, , 29550
  • 2 baths
  • 3 beds
  • 2,130 sq ft
  • 4.15 acres
Date Posted: November 6, 2018

$319,900

Circa 1866

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About This Old House

UPDATED and MOVE IN READY historic plantation home and barn on 4.15 acres is currently used a certified organic fruit farm, wedding venue and private residence. Choose to make income or just enjoy the sustainability all for yourself! Only 60 miles from the SC coast and scenic beaches.

The plantation home was built from solid cedar trees on the surrounding acreage in 1866 for Thomas Hardee Parrott and his fiancé, Mary Frances Jones by locally well known architect Colonel Tom Law.
The daughter of Thomas Hardee Parrott, Edith Parrott Savely, and her husband, Charles Savely, were instrumental in establishing the first home demonstration agency in SC agriculture and subsequently drafted the Smith-Lever act to establish the SC agricultural extension serves now known as Clemson Extension Services. The successful future of SC agriculture is directly tied to the descendants of this unique property.

The incredible home has been lovingly restored; metal roof, 350+ yr old refurbished heart pine floors, 12’ smooth ceilings, brand new granite kitchen, new HVAC, updated & new 220 electrical service, new PVC plumbing, circular driveway, all 4+ acres completely fenced for privacy, new 30 ft deck, new screened porch.

Open the gate and you will enter a beautifully landscaped and serene and secluded setting including huge 200 yr old live oak trees, flowering camellias, glossy leafed magnolias and Italian Cypress. Over 300 mature blueberry bushes, 30+ pecan trees (with pecan truffles!), pear trees, fig trees, apple trees, blackberry bushes and strawberry beds, plus 9 varieties of southern sweet muscadine grapes. The fruit produces from March through October, providing a steady income stream as each crop ripens.
In addition to fruit sales, the property is established as a historic plantation venue for events such as farm to table dinners, agricultural tours and outdoor weddings.

The current owners will tell you that living here has been a fabulous journey. You can feel the positive energy in the constant southern breeze. Agents welcome. Pre-qualification letter required for all offers. Shown by appointment only.

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