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Hopsewee in Georgetown, SC is a typical low country rice plantation dwelling of the early 18th century with four rooms opening into a wide center hall on each floor, a full brick cellar & attic rooms. Constructed on a brick foundation which is covered by scored tabby, the house is built of black cypress, which probably accounts for the fact that it is basically the same house the Lynches built 40 years before the Revolutionary War. Photo by L. Woodroe Ross

A Virginia and National Historic Landmark, this 18th century estate includes the main house, gardens, outbuildings and gallery of Melchers’ Impressionistic work. This beautiful estate overlooks the historic port town of Falmouth and the Rapphannock River.