Beaver Creek is one of the tobacco plantations owned by the extraordinarily wealthy Hairston family. The central portion of the five-bay frame house was constructed in 1839 and the two front-projecting wings were added c. 1900, along with a massive, one-bay central portico. The wings are visually tied to the central block by a one-story porch running behind the portico's double-height paired columns. The tall entablature and the dormers also were probably added c. 1900. A one-story frame building that was the plantation office and a brick kitchen, both mid-nineteenth century, survive.
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