The 12-acre historic site includes the four story mansion built as a summer residence by Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, c.1810 log Moorhead Cabin/cookhouse, Victorian Carriage house, 2-room slave/ tenant cabin (birthplace of Jane Edna Hunter,a nationally recognized African-American activist and reformer) and a nature trail to the ruins of the 1880’s farm buildings.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a site on the SC National Heritage Corridor. Open April – October on select days and by appointment anytime. Call or visit website for current schedule. Admission charged. Grounds available for weddings & receptions.
Member Since: 2014