Here's Where You Can Visit The House From Outer Banks

Want to live like a Kook? Fans of Netflix's "Outer Banks" are familiar with Sarah Cameron's stately Tanneyhill estate, located in a high-class neighborhood of the fictional Kildare County along North Carolina's Outer Banks. The 18th-century mansion used in the show is actually located in Charleston, South Carolina's historic neighborhood of Wagener Terrace. The estate is currently a multi-purpose event venue that sits on 14 acres along the picturesque Ashley River. According to AnyHome, the property was purchased by Patrick Properties in 2007 for approximately $6.5 million. Since then, the Patrick family has restored the estate into an enchanting event space with a current estimated worth of at least $12 million.

Known as Lowndes Grove, or The Grove, the original manor was destroyed following the British invasion of the Revolutionary War through Charleston, and the current structure was likely rebuilt around 1786. Distinguished on the National Register for Historic Places according to the estate's official website, the Georgian-style home consists of six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, with 6,800 square feet of living space. There's also a four-bedroom carriage house and a modern-looking three-bedroom groundskeeper's cottage that was included later. With many different owners over the years, including politician William Lowndes, the land has an extensive history, from the past, present, and even Hollywood, per South Carolina Plantations.

How to visit South Carolina's historic Lowndes Grove estate

Amidst the oak groves and scenic waterfront views, the mansion behind the Camerons' family home is located at 266 St. Margaret Street, according to House Beautiful. Luckily, the sprawling estate is not currently residential, and you too can make history at Lowndes Grove. The grounds are not open to the public for tours but are available for weddings, meetings, corporate events, and other private celebrations. From an outdoor garden on the grand lawn to a canopy-covered reception in the extensive piazza, there is no shortage of stunning features that will leave guests impressed.

The mansion has an amazing view of the Ashley River and surrounding gardens from the bluestone terrace of the main house. The magnificent building features arched gothic-style windows, along with 18th-century architecture and furnishings throughout. Other details include tall black shutters and white oak floors. Check out the Lowndes Grove site for additional photos.