Farmfield Plantation

Farmfield Plantation


Charleston, South Carolina (SC), US
Farmfield Plantation House is a two-and-one half story frame residence built in 1854 for William Ravenel, a prominent Charleston businessman and banker. It is significant as a largely unaltered antebellum plantation house, one of the few in St. Andrew’s Parish which survived the Civil War. It is situated at the end of a live oak avenue, overlooking Wappoo Creek.
Farmfield Plantation House is a two-and-one half story frame residence built in 1854 for William Ravenel, a prominent Charleston businessman and banker. It is significant as a largely unaltered antebellum plantation house, one of the few in St. Andrew’s Parish which survived the Civil War. It is situated at the end of a live oak avenue, overlooking Wappoo Creek.
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Links: www.nationalregister.sc.gov
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