Anguilla Plantation Glynn County, Georgia
The Anguilla Plantation derived its name from the Sea Island cotton that was believed only to be grown on the islands until successfully grown on the mainland. A double oak alley leads up to the plantation house and other 19th and 20th century buildings. The plantation house dates back to the 1840s and is a large one and a half story, side gable house with wood shingle siding. The house was a stop on the Atlanta, Birmingham and Atlantic Railway at the turn of the 20th century. The plantation is located three miles west of Sterling, Georgia on State Route 32.
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