Wicklow Hall Plantation is located in Georgetown County, South Carolina. The clapboard house was built in the Greek Revival style in the 1830s. During the mid-nineteenth century it operated as a notable rice plantation and was connected to the socially conspicuous Lowndes family of South Carolina.
Made up of a plantation house and several dependencies, Wicklow Hall demonstrated a mid-19th century plantation complex. Sometime after 1912 the structure was enlarged by additions to the rear and right facades. [Photo credit: Library of Congress]
On the plantation, there remain several outbuildings thought to be contemporary with the house and property. The above kitchen building is one.[Photo credit: Library of Congress]
Southern plantations were compounds consisting of not only buildings but fields, pastures, gardens, and work spaces. Wicklow Hall Plantation had several outbuildings in addition to the above carriage house, including a corn crib, stable, privy and a schoolhouse.[Photo credit: Library of Congress]
This Victorian playhouse was built on the Wicklow Hall Plantation near Georgetown County, South Carolina. The main house was constructed between 1831 and 1840 with several outbuildings, including this structure, added throughout the century.[Photo credit: Library of Congress]