The Henry Michael Lofton, Jr. House in McClellanville was built in 1902 by Lofton for his bride, Caroline McClellan. Considered Folk Victorian in style, the turn-of-the-century home boasts unusual palmetto log columns gracing the entrance.
The property sits adjacent to the Deerhead Oak and is also known for its spectacular hydrangeas. Lofton was a farmer and a member of one McClellanville’s early families. He died unexpectedly at the age of 45 and is interred at McClellanville United Methodist Church.
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