CHICORA WOOD PLANTATION
1,000± Deeded Acres
Grace Restored ~ Chicora Wood is a 1,000± acre historic rice plantation on the Pee Dee River in Georgetown, South Carolina’s Lowcountry. The restored house and surrounding buildings are some of the finest preserved examples of historic rice plantation architecture and grounds in the state. The 10,000± square foot, fully restored plantation house dates to the 1700’s, was remodeled and enlarged by the Allston family in 1838 and features ten bedrooms and eight-and-a-half baths and is situated overlooking the river, gardens, and is surrounded by majestic live oaks. The plantation has tremendous and untapped recreational opportunities. Water resources include nearly one mile of both sides of the Pee Dee, over two miles of Chapel Creek, and a two acre lake. Of his seven plantations amounting to 13,500± acres, Chicora Wood was the chosen home place of Governor Allston in the 1800s. Chicora Wood has an exclusive Plantersville Road address, shared with about a dozen other notable plantations such as Exchange, Rosebank, Arundel, Hasty Point, and Weymouth. Like Chicora Wood, many of the nearby plantations have also placed conservation easements on their land, ensuring the integrity, grace, and charm of the neighborhood is preserved for generations to come.
Chicora Wood has to be one of the most well-kept, historical properties on the eastern seaboard. We come across really interesting and historical properties regularly, but rarely, if ever, do we come across a historical home that is as inviting as Chicora Wood, which beckons to be used for family gatherings and entertaining friends. The grounds are inspiring and the connection with the waters of the Pee Dee River and surrounding estuaries call for adventure. The land, itself, offers an owner the ability to tailor the landscape to meet their own vision and specific interests.