Simple and stately, Seven Oaks is a Bluffton treasure. Built in 1850, this cotton-white, two-story manor features double verandas and two, steeple-like chimneys. Today, it’s the rectory for the iconic, historic Church of the Cross. It’s an unmistakable Southern belle. And the name? Seven Oaks is derived from the seven, immense, oak stumps that were built into the structure of the house and still support it today.