This may be the only plantation that still has intact slave quarters. They have done an excellent job of preserving those buildings as well as the main plantation buildings. I could tell that our tour guide really cared about the property and the grounds. That was really nice. It made the experience even better. Most impressive are the two oak alley's on the grounds. That is something I've always wanted to see in person and had to photograph at length once the tour was done. I really recommend this as a historic place to visit. It can be a little hard to find if your navigation doesn't like the location, but I made it! It's an absolutely beautiful property.
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