Heyward House
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Heyward House

The Cole-Heyward House, built as a summer home for a local plantation owner, was constructed circa 1841 and is one of only eight antebellum homes remaining in the Lowcountry coastal town of Bluffton. Located in the heart of Bluffton’s National Register Historic District, next to the breezy bluffs overlooking the May River, this simple timber framed home is an excellent example of the Carolina Farmhouse Style that was brought from the West Indies and made popular from the Colonial period up to the Civil War.

Year Built
Adults $8, Students $2
10am-5pm Mon-Fri, 10am-4pm Sat

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70 Boundary Street, Bluffton, SC, USA

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