Inside the Gorgeous Mansion from Netflix’s Hit Series "Outer Banks"

Lauren Wicks
Photo credit: Jen Fariello Photography
Photo credit: Jen Fariello Photography

From Veranda

If you’ve seen Netflix’s hit new series Outer Banks, you’ve likely been captivated by more than just the wild treasure hunting and endearing cast of characters. We find the series’ actual setting — Charleston’s Lowcountry, not North Carolina’s Outer Banks — to be just as thrilling as John B.’s adventures and inevitable romance with Sarah Cameron. And we can’t stop dreaming about the Cameron family’s historic home.

It turns out, the fictional Cameron estate is actually Lowndes Grove, an 18th-century plantation-turned-event-venue that hosts some of South Carolina’s most picturesque weddings. Residing on Ashley River near the Citadel and Hampton Park, the 14-acre property surrounding Lowndes Grove is just as beautiful as the structure itself. Check out a video of the stunning property below:

The immaculately restored estate is distinguished on the National Register for Historic Places and boasts period furnishings, an oversize piazza, and bluestone, brick, and oyster tabby terraces. Plus, the property has scenic water views from a 700-foot dock, which serves as the perfect location for a dramatic wedding exit by boat.

While the future of the Cameron family estate (and the family in general) looks uncertain ahead of season two, making Lowndes Grove the wedding, luncheon, or party venue of your dreams and touring other beautiful historic Lowcountry mansions doesn't have to be. Visit Patrick Properties Hospitality Group to learn more about their stunning selection of venues as well as the history of Lowndes Grove.

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