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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Medway Plantation dates back to 1686 and its main house is the oldest masonry structure in South Carolina. The home was rebuilt in 1704, added on to in1855, and completely renovated in 1929. What you are paying for with this house is approximately 6,728 acres of lakes, woods, and trails. The property is surrounded by land that is protected by easements for traditional land uses.
The main house has a living room with 10-foot ceilings, heart-pine flooring, and wainscoting. The dining room has cypress-paneled walls and the commercial-grade kitchen includes a pantry. There are a total of six bedrooms including a master suite with a fireplace. The property has four guest houses, three staff houses, indoor and outdoor pools, a boat landing, a lakefront lodge, a 12-stall horse stable, a greenhouse, a double avenue of oaks, and traditional formal gardens. The listing pictures hint at the scope of this huge property. A video tour is after the jump. It is listed with William Means for $19 million.
Gallery: Medway Plantation
UPDATE: Thanks to Eric for pointing out that this home is located in Goose Creek, South Carolina!