McLeod Plantation on James Island South Carolina with Live Oak Trees, spanish Moss and Historic Slave Houses

McLeod Plantation on James Island South Carolina with Live Oak Trees, spanish Moss and Historic Slave Houses

Bowen’s Island Restaurant, a popular dinner-only seafood shack on Folly Creek, near the beach.

Where to Shop, Stay, and Dine in Charleston, South Carolina

The Fenwick Hall, which is also known as Fenwick Castle, is a house built about 1730 on Johns Island, South Carolina across the Stono River from James Island & Charleston. It is a Georgian style, two story brick house on a raised basement. The original section was about 40 ft  by 36 ft. The hip roof was topped with a balustraded deck. The brickwork was Flemish bond. The south elevation has reconstructed nine over nine lights with reconstructed shutters.

The Fenwick Hall, which is also known as Fenwick Castle, is a house built about 1730 on Johns Island, South Carolina across the Stono River from James Island & Charleston. It is a Georgian style, two story brick house on a raised basement. The original section was about 40 ft by 36 ft. The hip roof was topped with a balustraded deck. The brickwork was Flemish bond. The south elevation has reconstructed nine over nine lights with reconstructed shutters.

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