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Colleton County plantation sold for $2.45M

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The 131-acre Bonnie Doone Plantation includes a 9,600-square-foot house built around 1932, a private island and other supplementary buildings. (Photo/Provided)

An estate in Walterboro dating to 1772 has been sold for $2.45 million.

Bonnie Doone Plantation, located at 5878 Bonnie Doone Road, was sold by the Charleston Baptist Association to Gene Slivka of the Slivka Family Children’s Trust.

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.”

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