Rare offering of 4.5 acres on Jeremy Creek with historic residence known as the Richard Leland Morrison house. Lower and upper piazzas, the width of the structure, are supported by twelve square columns. The angular glass surrounds of the front door mirror and expansive setting of lawn, live oaks and camellias. Because this classically proportioned house is on a protected bend in Jeremy Creek, few visitors to the Village ever see it. Here are space, privacy a large dock and an unobstructed view of the creek to the south in which direction the house faces, and to the west a pleasing view of Silver Hill Plantation. The house survived its first great hurricane in 1916 and was a point of refuge for neighbors. It has weathered all hurricane since with minimal damage.
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