The Kiawah villbuilt in early 1800s comes on market for 21 million dollars | Real estate

Burned down by British troops during the Revolutionary War, rebuilt by a South Carolina governor who served during the war, then abandoned for a good part of a century and then restored in the 1990s, a historic house is now on the market. Kiawah island.

The asking price for the 6,816-square-foot two-story Vanderhorst Mansion on 16.5 acres spanning the Kiawah River is $ 21 million.

If it sells for that much, it would be the most expensive single-family residence ever sold in the gated beach community, where cattle once roamed and grew indigo and cotton.


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