This 18th-century mansion stands on the property once owned by William Sayle, founder of South Carolina. The mansion was constructed by former speaker of the House of Assembly, John Dickenson. It is estimated to predate 1710. Eventually, the mansion was acquired by John Green, a very powerful judge of the mid 1700s. Today, the house maintains a collection of portraits, china, flatware and other antiques of the former owners. Call to verify operation hours.
- Open Hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM
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