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Hammer to Fall on Historic Charleston Plantation –- 310-year Old Home Can Be Yours.

Sep 08, 2007 • By Places Real Estate • 0 Comments

Middleburg Plantation Set for Auction Block

Now is your chance to own one of the oldest homes in America and a 326-acre plantation located in Charleston, South Carolina. Middleburg Plantation has been put on the auction block by its preservation minded owners – Max and Jane Hill of Charleston – and the hammer is set to fall on October 30, 2007.

Having been a visitor to the property on several occasions, I can attest to the beauty and desirability of the property. The two-story plantation house is one of the oldest in the state and has been preserved by its current owners. No less stately are the grounds and gardens. It will take deep pockets and a preservation-minded steward to purchase this Lowcountry gem. Still interested? Check out J.L. Todd Auction Company for details.


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