Castle Hill Plantation
US 17-A, .75 miles north of US 21;(Beaufort County)
R700 006 000 0001 0000
February 16 1998
Historic Core Shape:
Number of Stories:
Exterior Walls Materials:
one-story porch with insect screening on left side of building
National Register Determination:
contributes to listed district
Signficant Architectural Features:
Two story brick house with cross gable: side gable section on right, front gable on left. Six evenly-spaced bays across facade, three in each gabled section. Door forms fourth bay from the right; recessed door behind a framed entrance with pilasters an
Long one-story addition to rear, one-room wide, appears to contain three rooms.
Owned in late nineteenth century by Major John H. Screven, passed to his grandson Robert J. Turnbull in 1929. Sold ca. 1930 to Blair Williams of NYC and his son, John S. Williams. House built 1935 by John Williams, designed by Willis Irvin.
Source of Historical Information:
"John S. Williams....Yemassee" in Charleston News & Courier, 9/8/35,