United States of America, Georgia, Glynn County, Sea Island
The garden has enormous old live oaks with Spanish moss, courtyard, pool, patios and lawn area that includes a coquet field. There is also woodland area with a path that leads to the beach. The Spanish heritage of Frances Abreu is reflected in the house. Mr. Abreu built several of the most beautiful and interesting houses in Georgia.
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