Lovely place, but not quite authentic and that only becomes clear once you take the tour.
The current mansion was constructed in 1935, albeit of a lot of salvaged materials; the house is still technically a residence of the current owners and so only three rooms were viewed. The wagon rides of the grounds were canceled that day because of weather (cold) but at the time we were there (noon) it was sunny and 'warm'. The slave quarters were authentic and had useful information and displays.
Overall, other plantations may be a better bet.
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