Foscue Plantation House

Foscue Plantation House


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  • Hours - Thursdays from 10:00am to 4:00pm and by appointment. Contact (252) 224-1803 for more information.


  • Phone -


  • 7509 N US 17 Hwy

    Pollocksville,   NC   28573

  • Mailing Address -

    Shannon LuQuire Trade Ideas, LLC

    ,   NC   28561


Located just 10 miles south of New Bern, the Foscue Plantation stands tall as a majestic reminder of a period in time more than 200 years ago. Built in 1824 by Simon Foscue, Jr., the plantation house has been in the family for eight generations. During the War Between the States, after the Battle of New Bern, Caroline Foscue, widow of John Edward Foscue, fled to Thomasville and Goldsboro with her two daughters while her son and brother fought for the Confederate Army around Richmond and Petersburg, VA. The Foscue Plantation House was occupied periodically by Union troops due to it’s strategic location between New Bern, which was Union occupied, and Kinston, which was Confederate occupied. Today, the house has been meticulously restored to it’s original construction in high-style antebellum décor that showcases a number of original furnishings.

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7509 N US 17 Hwy
Pollocksville NC 28573


Latitude: 35° 2' 31.2" / Longitude: -77° 12' 31.3194"

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