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c. 1792 Plantation

White Oak Plantation

White Oak Plantation, front porch
White Oak Plantation, front porch
Historic Plantation House on 18 acres of land.
Step back in time with this Historic plantation, Circa 1792. Many original details including wide plank wainscotting, original fireplaces, floors and hardware. Wonderful setting surrounded by rolling grounds, fishing lake, and in-ground pool. Two log cabins are also on property. The North cabin is a complete guest cottage with bath, huge fireplace & loft. Small horse stable on grounds.
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Stocked Pond
Stocked Pond
Perhaps the most gorgeous property in Charlotte. This two acre pond is filled with fish, one is at least five feet long!
Cabin
Cabin
This cabin is on the property of the Plantation, in the rear of the house
Kitchen
Kitchen
The kitchen has room to eat-in by the cozy fireplace.
Entry Stairway
Entry Stairway
This is the front stairway, which welcomes you as you walk in the front door.
Back Porch
Back Porch
As you enter from the rear of the house, this is the back porch
Dining Room Fireplace
Dining Room Fireplace
Front Hall
Front Hall
Pool
Pool
Arial view
Arial view
Bedrooms 3
Full Baths 2
Heated Sq. Ft. 2,900
Stories 2
Acres 18

Features.

  • 1st Floor Bath
  • 2nd Floor Laundry Room
  • Attic
  • Dining room
  • Entry Hall
  • Foyer
  • Kitchen
  • Living room
  • Barn
  • Circular driveway
  • Garden
  • Pond
  • Pool - In Ground
  • Porch
  • Central air
  • Heat pump
  • Range
  • Refrigerator
  • Security System
  • Septic Tank
  • Granite Countertops

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A Brief History on former residents of the house

William Johnston, a prominent Scotch-Irish resident of Mecklenburg County in the 18th century, served in the Colonial forces during the American Revolutionary War. His most noteworthy contribution occurred at the Battle of Kings Mountain in October 1780. On March 9, 1784, Mr. Johnston purchased from John Wiley the land on which the structure known as White Oak presently stands. Local tradition holds that the house was built c.1792. It is certainly one of the finer Federal Style homes extant in Mecklenburg County. It was the centerpiece of a major plantation of antebellum Mecklenburg. Documenting the standing which Mr. Johnston attained in the community was the fact that one of his daughters, Elizabeth, married Hezekiah Alexander Jr., a son of the locally famous leader of the movement towards independence from Great Britain in 1775 and 1776.

Archived in July, 2009

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