Historic Medway Plantation near Goose Creek sells for $11 million
A Greek shipping tycoon with a taste for bird hunting and fine art is the new owner of one of South Caorlia’s most historic plantations.
James Meadows, regional director Ducks Unlimited.
The historic Medway Plantation has sold for $11 million, making it one of the priciest local real estate transactions in recent years.
The Berkeley County property had been on the market for about eight years,
The 6,695-acre plantation, home of the state’s oldest masonry structure, was listed at $15 million earlier this year. The seller, Medway Institute, was asking $25 million in 2004.
The buyer was a group called Tradeland Investors Inc. of New York.
The sale closed March 29.
See Thursday’s editions of The Post and Courier for more details.
Reach John McDermott at 937-5572.