Have you ever dreamed of sunset filled afternoons spent sipping sweet tea on your large porches overlooking the water while you watched sailboats pass you by? Well, now is your chance to own a slice of Beaufort’s rich history!
Located in the Point Neighborhood of Historic Downtown Beaufort, this idyllic antebellum home was built in 1852 by successful South Carolina cotton planter Lewis Reeve Sams. This amazing three-story, 7,600 square foot mansion served as a hospital to Union Army officers, and headquarters to General Rufus Saxton during the Civil War. It has also been known as the ”Bay Street Inn,” and was featured in the ”Prince of Tides” movie, based on the novel written by iconic Pat Conroy.
Unrivaled details of this home are found at every turn. The main level leads you to a jaw-dropping entrance with a sweeping staircase and holds the main living spaces including a library/media room, the t-shaped kitchen, formal dining room, family room & parlor. Take a peek inside of this magnificent home. Photos by Aj Pierro Photography. Drone photos by Robert Gecy Photography. Interested in taking a tour? Follow this link!