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Woodburn Historic House

Built in 1830 with a gracious southern wrap-around porch, this 19th century plantation home is furnished with antebellum antiques and family artifacts. The 10-acre site has three outbuildings and there is a walking trail along a historic farm road to the plantation barn. Woodburn Plantation was the summer home of Charles Cotesworth Pinkney, close friend and associate of John C. Calhoun. A reproduction of the Adger carriage house contains Thomas Green Clemson’s traveling coach and a Conestoga wagon.


130 History Ln
Pendleton, SC 29670
(864) 207-0705