Litchfield Plantation is a low country dream tucked along the Waccamaw River in Pawleys Island. The entrance to the plantation, the Avenue of Oaks, is lined with 300 year-old moss draped oak trees.The plantation traces its formation to land grants from King George III to Thomas Hepworth in the early 1700s. Amenities include a pool overlooking the rice fields and an oceanfront beach house on Pawleys Island! A marina is located on the Plantation and has slips available to rent.
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