|Standing since 1750, the Litchfield Plantation House was
constructed on King's grant land owned by Peter Simons, a rice planter. The property
consisted of over 1900 acres and stretched from the Waccamaw River to the oceanfront, then
known as Magnolia Beach. In 1794 the property was equally divided between Simons' two
sons, thereby establishing the properties of Willbrook and Litchfield Plantations.
Two centuries later, Litchfield is the only original plantation mansion on the Waccamaw that faces a live oak avenue, and it continues to captivate visitors with its breathtaking beauty.
The Carriage House Club complements the Plantation House in the stately style of old brick and slate, with sweeping vistas indigenous to the grand era of the Southern rice plantation.