H.M. Lofton, Jr. House – McClellanville, South Carolina
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The Henry Michael Lofton, Jr. House in McClellanville was built in 1902 by Lofton for his bride, Caroline McClellan. Considered Folk Victorian in style, the turn-of-the-century home boasts unusual palmetto log columns gracing the entrance (one of these two columns is shown just left of center in the photo below). The property sits adjacent to the Deerhead Oak and is also known for its spectacular hydrangeas. Lofton was a farmer and a member of one McClellanville’s early families. He died unexpectedly at the age of 45 and is interred at McClellanville United Methodist Church.
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Address: 217 Oak Street, McClellanville, SC 29458
GPS Coordinates: 33.085045,-79.461490
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