Tomotley Plantation Sell for Nearly 8 Million

Tomotley Plantation, an ACE Basin property deeded by the crown in the late 17th Century served as a working rice plantation for generations. Over that time hundreds of enslaved people worked and lived there.
Like most ACE Basin rice plantation, in twentieth century Tomotley has been a home and hunting preserve. In 1990 the Mixon family, natives to the ACE Basin region, purchased the property and retained it until this sale. Portions are in conservation easement as part of the ACE Basin initiatives.
The early Nineteenth century live oak allée is legendary and much photographed.
The plantation sold recently for $7.8 million after several years on the real estate market.

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