“Southern Charm” star Thomas Ravenel is selling off his 60-acre South Carolina plantation for $3.95 million.
The 4-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom estate in Edisto Island, SC was originally purchased for $2,586,667 back in 2006.
The home, built around 1803 and restored in 2004, is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was has been heavily featured on the “Southern Charm” TV show.
The real estate listing boasts “Corinthian columns, original wide plank heart of pine floors and large pane windows with remnants of original glass. Generous front and back porches offer sweeping views of Shingle Creek.”
The property features a basement apartment (where Dennis claimed she lived for a majority of her time after giving birth) which comes with a full kitchen, open living area, laundry room and storage closets.
The estate, called “Brookland Plantation,” offers an 8-acre polo field with a professional irrigation system.
It also comes with a 10-stall, two-story horse barn which includes its own two-bedroom apartment with a kitchen with stainless steel appliances and two large viewing decks along with a front balcony.
Ravenel purchased the property for $2,586,667 back in 2006.
His ex, Kathryn Dennis also recently moved out of her pricey rental townhouse that was featured on the show.
The two are still involved in a never-ending fight over custody of their 2 kids 5-year-old Kensie and 3-year-old Saint.
Back in November 2018, Ravenel filed a lawsuit against Bravo and “Southern Charm” producers demanding a judge stop them from broadcasting unaired footage on the show.
Ravenel filed the docs as part of his custody battle with Dennis. She filed for primary custody of the children back in October. Dennis had her custody taken away in 2016 after failing a drug test but was awarded joint custody this year after she completed rehab and stayed clean.
In his suit against Bravo, Ravenel says the network and “Southern Charm” producers “encouraged” his ex to file for custody against him to create drama on the show.
He demanded Dennis not be awarded primary custody despite her request. Ravenel, who is about to be on trial for an alleged sexual assault in South Carolina, claimed he learned that Bravo and producers have unaired footage of his kids and ex talking about the legal battle and it was to be aired on the upcoming season. The reality star sued demanding a South Carolina judge prohibit the sensitive footage from airing on the show.
Ravenel would later file docs accusing Dennis of buying drugs from friends and show producers and even accused her of committing a hit-and-run.
Dennis fired back denying the allegations and demanded the lawsuit be dismissed. She accused him of past drug use and claimed he hired a private eye to follow her allegedly in violation of the restraining order in place.
The custody battle is ongoing.