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Listed in the Historic Homes Registry, the Thomas Bannister Seabrook House was built by Edisto Island planter Thomas B. Seabrook. The house retains arched piazzas of its Neoclassical period as well as a pediment with a lunette roof window. The centerpiece of this four bed, four 1/2 bath manor is the 300+ year old hand carved marble mantel commissioned and shipped over from Italy specifically for this home. Research finds that Mr. Seabrook had two identical mantels commissioned - one for his home here in Charleston and the other one is found in another home in England. All rooms in the house are grand in size and include a fireplace as the focus point for the room - 8 total. An elegant entrance hall with winding staircase make a gracious entry. Modern amenities include an updated kitchen