An estate in Walterboro dating to 1772 has been sold for $2.45 million.
The estate, which sits on 131 acres between the Ashepoo River and Horseshoe Creek, includes a 9,600-square-foot house built around 1932, a dock, a private island and other supplementary buildings.
Charles Lane and Huger Sinkler II of Holcombe, Fair & Lane represented the seller in the transaction and Bill Sandford of Southeastern Estates and Timberlands represented the buyer.
“Bonnie Doone is a significant historic and cultural asset representing America and the Lowcountry in an important transitional era,” Lane said in a news release. “Too many of these estates have been destroyed in fires and other natural disasters throughout the years. We are fortunate to have secured a new steward for this property.”