Ivy Hall Plantation - Blair Fairfield County South Carolina SC

Ivy Hall Plantation – Blair – Fairfield County

Basic Information

  • Location – Blair (Buckhead Section), Fairfield County

    On the western side of Fairfield near Broad River

  • Origin of name – Ivy which grows profusely on and around the structures

  • Other names – ?

  • Current status – The house is still standing unrestored with the exception of a new roof in 2002.


  • Before 1780 to 1790 – Earliest known date of existence

  • ? – House built by Arromanos Lyles

    Ivy Hall was restored at the turn of the century, but the house has sat abandoned for about 40 years.


  • Number of acres – 2000

  • Primary crop – Cotton


  • Alphabetical list – Lawrence M. Blair (circa 1900); Arromanos Lyles; Pelham Lyles; Thomas Minter Lyles



  • Main House is 6000 square feet. The propery also has five outbuildings still stand.

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