Situated in the picturesque lowcountry of
Charleston, South Carolina lies a beautiful, timeless property. With a
soul as old as its magestic oaks, Toogoodoo Plantation possesses a rare
quality that is gentle, romantic, comforting and spiritual.
Neighboring the Atlantic Ocean and the Toogoodoo River, it is just 20
miles from downtown Charleston.
While its open fields are witness to
spectacular views of nature, the main entrance is graced with a
canopied driveway of ancient angel oaks. Two oaks are well over 1,400
years old, one which is 28 feet in circumference, and is marked as the
largest single stem oak in the state of South Carolina. Magnolia trees
and fuschia azaleas also frame the long driveway.
Established in the early 1700's, the
original home was destroyed by the Torries. The third home
presently occupies the original site. The doors of Toogoodoo Plantation
have now opened briefly for one to walk into this idyllic setting. Its
prime location on 144 acres is perfectly suited for an equestrian
environment or one acre zoned single family residences. Toogoodoo
Plantation is one of the few remaining plantations left which is
impossible to duplicate.
stride along the coast of Carolina."
For further information
please contact Toogoodoo Plantation:
For further information please contact Susan or Paul Stanley at:
4682 Wilson Road
Yonges Island, SC 29449
Phone: (843) 889-9888
Going South on Rte. 17 toward Savannah, Turn slight left onto SC-162 W for 6.8 miles.
Turn Left onto SC-165/Toogoodoo Rd. Continue to follow SC-165 for 0.9 miles.
Turn left onto Wilson Road. Go 0.5 miles. Go left on Toogoodoo Farm Rd.
Toogoodoo Plantation will be on left.
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