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Ticton Hall
#SC545687
Jasper, South Carolina
1,817.00 acres
History

Ticton Hall, as it was first known in the early 1800s, was owned by Mr. John Heyward. He was also the owner of nearby Chelsea, Sandy Hill, Rose Hill and Pickpocket Plantations. Mr. Heyward and his wife, Constantia Pritchard, married in 1829 and made Chelsea their home. Ticton Hall has remained in the chain of title of Chelsea Plantation ever since.

In the late 1880s, Mr. John Edwin Fripp purchased Ticton Hall in conjunction with Chelsea and managed the properties as a hunting club. By 1931 the ownership had expanded to encompass more than 20,000 acres and included parts of well-known properties Spring and Callawassee Islands. Many of the members were from northern families with immense fortunes. In 1936, the club came to an end and Chelsea, along with Ticton Hall, was purchased by Marshall Field III, heir to the famed department stores. In 1956, Mr. Field died, but his widow Ruth continued to manage and maintain the properties. Later, she sold an interest in Chelsea, roughly 6000 acres at the time and which included present day Ticton Hall, to publisher Nelson Doubleday Jr. Mr. Marshall Field IV inherited his familys share of the property, as well has his familys love of the land, and he and Mr. Doubleday enjoyed excellent quail hunting and were actively involved in the management of Ticton Hall until it was sold in 2019.

Ticton Hall has changed very little in the time following Mr. Fields acquisition. As you enter the gate, the natural beauty is overwhelming. Mr. Aldo Leopold shared, the five tools most useful for wildlife management and conservation of wildlife include the axe, fire, plow, gun and cow. Most, if not all, of these applications have been selectively and skillfully implemented at Ticton Hall. Excellent stewardship of past owners and managers has preserved this property, an unusually fine example of the classic quail hunting grounds of the old south.

Description

Currently, Ticton Hall offers six well-established quail courses covering 800+/- acres of ideal habitat. The courses offer an excellent mixture of cover including bunch grasses, sedges, warm season native grasses as well as forbs and legume food sources. Should the new owner opt to increase the size and number of courses, significant acreage remains with soils compatible for upland game bird habitat. In addition to the excellent quail hunting, there are multiple dove fields and 31 +/- acres of waterfowl impoundments. These impoundments can be planted and flooded annually - they have consistently held ample numbers of wintering waterfowl and add to the diversity of sporting adventures for wing shooters.

The location of Ticton Hall is one of its most notable assets. Though it is easily accessible from Bluffton, Hilton Head or Beaufort, due to its natural surroundings it remains quiet, private and secluded. Other noteworthy landholdings in the area include Good Hope, Bolan Hall, Okeetee Club and Spring Hill.
Euhaw Creek borders Ticton Hall and offers 9000+/- feet of river frontage, of which 2500+/- feet are considered high, non-marsh frontage. Much of this frontage consists of a bluff overlooking the river or marsh, some of which offers westerly views. A deep water tributary of the Broad River, Euhaw Creek is accessible for most watercraft. Port Royal Sound is nearby as well, and it is a short boat ride to downtown Beaufort or Hilton Head. The bluff along the waterfront will allow for multiple home sites or a family compound complete with private docks. The high bluff with deep water add a beautiful, rare and extremely valuable feature and endless possibilities for enjoyment of Ticton Hall.

In considering the unusual land and water features, well-drained soils, proximity to Bluffton, and the immense projected growth in the area, Ticton Hall may also offer the new owner significant potential tax benefits through the donation of a conservation easement. Easements can be designed to fit the requirements of the property owner, allowing for all current and historical usages, while also providing protection from development and fragmentation.

In addition to the potential easement value, there are several stands of well-stocked mature loblolly pine and hardwood forest. These timberlands have been managed with a sustainable approach that will provide potential for current and future revenue streams.

Seller may consider dividing this offering by using Ticton Hall Road as the division line. Ticton Hall East consist of 972+/- acres and Ticton Hall West 845+/- acres.

"Ticton Hall is a rare opportunity to own a piece of the storied South Carolina Lowcountry, a historical property that will offer any discerning buyer almost unlimited outdoor pleasure, investment potential and is a significant opportunity for a conservation buyer."- Todd Crosby, ALC
$21,000,000

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Ticton Hall West
#SC783488
Jasper, South Carolina
630.00 acres
Description

Ticton Hall West is one of the most premier properties to be offered to the marketplace in quite some time. Since the mid to late 1800s, this property was part of Chelsea Plantation and has never been offered as a divided parcel. Currently, Ticton Hall West offers well-established quail courses, the courses offer an excellent mixture of cover including bunch grasses, sedges, warm season native grasses as well as forbs and legume food sources. Should the new owner opt to increase the size and number of courses, significant acreage remains with soils compatible for upland game bird habitat.

The location of Ticton Hall West is one of its most notable assets. Though it is easily accessible from Bluffton, Hilton Head, or Beaufort, due to its natural surroundings it remains quiet, private, and secluded. Other noteworthy landholdings in the area include Good Hope, Bolan Hall, Okeetee Club, and Spring Hill.

Euhaw Creek borders Ticton Hall West and offers 700 +/- feet of high bluff with non-marsh deep water frontage and 2,951 +/- feet of marsh frontage with access to deep water. A deep-water tributary of the Broad River, Euhaw Creek is accessible for most watercraft. Port Royal Sound is nearby as well, and it is a short boat ride to downtown Beaufort or Hilton Head. The bluff along the waterfront will allow for multiple home sites or a family compound complete with private docks. The high bluff with deep water adds a beautiful, rare, and extremely valuable feature for endless possibilities for the enjoyment of Ticton Hall West. Considering the unusual land and water features, well-drained soils, proximity to Bluffton, and the immense projected growth in the area, Ticton Hall West may also offer the new owner significant potential tax incentives through the donation of a conservation easement.

In addition to the potential easement value, there are several stands of well-stocked mature loblolly pine and hardwood forest. These timberlands have been managed with a sustainable approach that will provide the potential for current and future revenue streams.

History

Ticton Hall, as it was first known in the early 1800s, was owned by Mr. John Heyward. He was also the owner of nearby Chelsea, Sandy Hill, Rose Hill, and Pickpocket Plantations. Mr. Heyward and his wife, Constantia Pritchard, married in 1829 and made Chelsea their home. Ticton Hall has remained in the chain of title of Chelsea Plantation ever since.

In the late 1880s, Mr. John Edwin Fripp purchased Ticton Hall in conjunction with Chelsea and managed the properties as a hunting club. By 1931 the ownership had expanded to encompass more than 20,000 acres and included parts of well-known properties, Spring and Callawassee Islands. Many of the members were from northern families with immense fortunes. In 1936, the club came to an end and Chelsea, along with Ticton Hall, was purchased by Marshall Field III, heir to the famed department stores. In 1956, Mr. Field died, but his widow Ruth continued to manage and maintain the properties. Later, she sold an interest in Chelsea, roughly 6,000 acres at the time, which included present day Ticton Hall, to publisher Nelson Doubleday Jr. Mr. Marshall Field IV inherited his familys share of the property, as well as his familys love of the land, and he and Mr. Doubleday enjoyed excellent quail hunting and were actively involved in the management of Ticton Hall until it was sold in 2019.

Ticton Hall has changed very little in the time following Mr. Fields acquisition. As you enter the gate, the natural beauty is overwhelming. Mr. Aldo Leopold shared, the five tools most useful for wildlife management and conservation of wildlife include the axe, fire, plow, gun and cow. Most, if not all, of these applications have been selectively and skillfully implemented at Ticton Hall. Excellent stewardship of past owners and managers has preserved this property, an unusually fine example of the classic quail hunting grounds of the old south.

Ticton Hall is a rare opportunity to own a piece of the storied South Carolina Lowcountry, a historical property that will offer any discerning buyer almost unlimited outdoor pleasure, investment potential and is a significant opportunity for a conservation buyer.-Todd Crosby, ALC
$7,000,000
144 Doc Greer Lane Sunset SC 29685
#SC805710
Pickens, South Carolina
104.00 acres
Amazing! One of the last large tracts with Lake Keowee waterfront and an opportunity to build a resort if desired. A large tract approximately 104 acres+- with approximately 4000 feet of Lake Keowee Shoreline frontage, this is the opportunity to purchase a property that is scarce! Scarcity is the correct word to define this exquisite property that is naturally beautiful. It is currently not restricted but is adjacent to the gated community "The Reserve@Lake Keowee" with a Jack Nicklaus signature golf course. This is a most desired portion of Lake Keowee. Prime for a premium development or a private paradise. This property is located in Pickens Co. Buyers and or buyers agents to verify the information.
$14,000,000
000 Van Wyck Road Lancaster SC 29720
#SC804251
Lancaster, South Carolina
114.00 acres
Own a piece of paradise along the Catawba River (114ac.) just minutes to Indian Land and directly behind Sun City. This tract currently has an easement allowing access.
$8,000,000
Thomas Hall Plantation
#SC309128
Charleston, South Carolina
124.00 acres
Rare Opportunity on a Private Waterfront Mini-Plantation Featuring a World-Class Custom Home Located Less than 15 Miles to CharlestonThis is One of the Largest Acreage Estates within this Proximity to Charleston Beautiful Picturesque Property Surrounded by Parks & Conservation Land, with Frontage and Spectacular Views of Rice Fields and Rantowles CreekThomas Hall Plantation is a rare opportunity to purchase a combination of acreage and a custom, up to date, home and amenities within this close proximity to downtown Charleston. Located just 13 miles to historic Downtown Charleston, this 124.8 +/- acre plantation is surrounded by conservation land and parks, has frontage and beautiful views of old rice fields and Rantowles Creek , a pond, beautiful live oak gated entrance, abundant wildlife, a dock with access to Creek, skeet range, pavillion, guest apartment, and features a beautiful custom home with world-class finishes and no detail missed. Not only is this one the largest acreage estates within 15 miles of Charleston, this is one of the finest homes on the market today outside of South Broad. Thomas Hall Plantation has the privacy and recreational enjoyments of a plantation yet also has the convenience to the city.For more information visit JonKohler.com
$6,400,000
Bosco & Cavalli (Woods & Horses)
#SC939800
Aiken, South Carolina
988.00 acres
Bosco & Cavalli is a special property. In the late seventys the core of this property was aquired by an Italian family as a quail preserve. Since then it has grown and has been a hunting tract that has been more of a game preserve. Thru this type management a possible Aiken county record whitetail was taken here a few years ago and the property is now loaded with deer and turkey. This property also has a section that is part of the Aiken horse trail on the NW side. Two main pastures on the property are perfect for horses and could be fenced as they are. There is a Managers house on the property with great views of the pasture and ponds. There is a large metal building on the property for tractor and implement storage. Also there are two ponds that have been stocked. This property has miles of roads that are perfect for trail riding. There are several mature stands of timber on the tract and several stands of pre-merchantable timber including a 45+ acre block of longleaf pine. A stream flows thru the center of the property during the wet season. The head of the stream is a perfect duck hunting spot. Around the run of the stream is a hardwood bottom. This bottom is a turkey hunters dream. This property truly lives up to the name. Bosco & Cavalli (woods & horses). Please give us a call for a private showing.
$5,975,000
7517 Charlotte Highway Indian Land SC 29707
#SC900938
Lancaster, South Carolina
27.00 acres
Excellent high traffic location and a traffic light. Property fronts 3 highways - US Hwy 521, Van Wyck and Charles Pettus. County water and sewer nearby. 4 Parcel maps included. 7517 CHARLOTTE HWY, 9884 Van Wyck Rd , 465 Charles Pettus Rd. Additional Tax ID: 0016.00-045.01, 0016.00-045-02, 0016.00.057.00. Subject to buyer survey.
$5,500,000
108 Acres of Prime Land in Rock Hill, York County
#SC237371
York, South Carolina
108.00 acres
108 acres of prime development land zoned UD in between Porter Road, Firetower road and I-77. Just minutes from I-77 with access from Firetower road gives this site many potential commercial and industrial uses. UD zoning allows a wide variety of retail, business and Industrial uses. Water and sewer lines are close to the site with other undeveloped parcels providing potential options for additional acreage and access points. Ideal location for an industrial or business park, distribution, manufacturing or corporate location. The city of Rock Hill has identified the area adjacent to I-77 as "Interstate Employment" and this parcel lies in this zone. See below from the 2020 Comprehensive Plan. Future Land Use: Character Area Interstate Employment Description The City is preserving the majority of land around I-77 for economic development and business growth and select mixed-use centers. The City is committed to improving road and utility infrastructure in these areas. For more information, please contact Lee Whitley at 704-506-3274 or [Email listed above].
$5,400,000
0 Freshly Mills/ Freshly Shoals Road
#SC857139
Richland, South Carolina
174.00 acres
Two parcels available on the Broad River totaling 174.2+/- acres. The largest parcel totaling 128+/- is waterfront of the Broad River and a partial piece of this parcel is on an island. These properties are located between Chapin and Irmo, and the area is zoned for Chapin schools and in the Lexington 5 district. This is a great opportunity for any developer!
$5,226,000
107 Okatie Highway Okatie SC 29909
#SC806599
Beaufort, South Carolina
22.00 acres
Rare opportunity to own a piece of paradise in the Lowcountry featuring a private 22 acres deepwater estate. This Luxurious retreat reflects the magical merging of inspiration and architecture surrounded by captivating views on the Chechessee River. Created by renowned architect Jim L. Strickland of Historical Concepts, the estate is a masterpiece of design and craftsmanship featuring pickled cypress walls and ceilings, heart of pine floors, Sapele mahogany cabinetry woodwork, plus an elevator to transport from floor to floor. Nestled between Beaufort and Bluffton, feel miles away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life with the convenience of shopping and dining only minutes away.
$4,900,000