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Red Bluff Plantation
Jasper, South Carolina
6,392.00 acres
Red Bluff Plantation is an outstanding lowcountry recreational property featuring upland quail forests, duck ponds, a 20-acre dove field, and trophy deer woods. There is a modern 5,500 sq ft plantation home, two guest cottages, and manager’s and caretaker’s houses. An 8-stall horse barn and a gathering/storage barn, boat dock and launching ramp, plus equipment and storage sheds provide all the facilities for comfort, outdoor recreation and property maintenance. Red Bluff Plantation is located near Hardeeville, South Carolina. The property lies south and west of the New River, with frontage on Glasgow Landing Road. Red Bluff is readily accessed from Savannah or Hilton Head, and is an easy drive from Charleston, Columbia, or Atlanta. Red Bluff residences include a main lodge, two hunting cabins, a manager’s house, and a caretaker’s house.The main lodge, a replica plantation home built in 1981, is ~5,500 sq ft with three floors. There are four bedrooms, six bathrooms, kitchen, dining room, gathering room, and a recreation room, along with ample storage rooms and closets. Large porches complement the first and second floors. The house is well-maintained, fully furnished and in excellent condition. The two 760 sq ft hunting cabins are fully restored, comfortable guest quarters. The 1,150 sq ft manager’s house and the 1,130 sqft caretaker’s house are functional residences for a property manager and staff. The property includes a modern 8-stall horse barn with tack storage areas and a renovated older barn with gathering area, storage, and maintenance shops. Additional equipment sheds and outbuildings provide storage for recreational and maintenance equipment. Red Bluff Plantation has been groomed as a hunting property. The upland woods feature quail courses, and there is a 20-acre dove field adjacent to the main driveway. Two former controlled duck ponds can be restored to provide excellent waterfowl hunting opportunities. Whitetail deer and turkey are abundant. The property has over 900 feet of non-marsh (or dry land) deepwater frontage on the New River, and a floating dock and boat launching ramp provide easy access to the river. Red Bluff Plantation has a fascinating history, both pre-contact and following European settlement of the Low Country. A 2015 Cultural Resources Study (CRS) on a portion of the tract describes archeological evidence found on the study area, and is available to prospective purchasers. The following brief history from the Colonial period on is summarized from the CRS. The current Red Bluff Plantation is the central portion of the historic Red Bluff Plantation in St. Peter’s Parish. The Blake family of Bonny Hill Plantation owned the property by 1757. They likely farmed their Red Bluff property, but did not reside there. The first recorded European residents were the Whitehead family in the 1820s. The Whiteheads were involved with early efforts to gain public road access to the New River, to benefit themselves and neighboring landowners. There is visible archeological evidence (a tabby kitchen foundation) which locates the Whitehead residence near the present main lodge. Stephen Whitehead was operating Red Bluff Plantation at the outset of the Civil War. As the property was strategically located on the New River, Confederate forces constructed a battery, Fort Drayton, as part of the defenses of Savannah. The remains of this fort are still evident today. In 1862 Union troops raided the plantation and burned some of the structures. After the war, the plantation enterprise was abandoned, and Red Bluff reverted to a subsistence farm with an absentee landowner. By 1884 it had been acquired by John Estell of Savannah, who amassed considerable holdings in the area. In 1891 he sold Red Bluff, along with other lands, to the Wilson family, who in 1900 conveyed it to Red Bluff Trading Company. Red Bluff was acquired by Elbridge C. Gale, a Massachusetts insurance magnate, in 1939. Mr. Gale reestablished agricultural practices on the land, ultimately concentrating on poultry production and timber plantations. Several of the existing barns and outbuildings were built during Elbridge Gale’s tenure. Gordon E. Gale inherited the property in 1965, and continued establishing pine plantations and other improvement work. The current main lodge was built as his residence in 1981. Gordon Gale granted several conservation easements on the freshwater wetlands. In 2011, Gordon Gale sold the property in its current configuration to Red Bluff Tract, LLC, the present owner. *Based on a January, 2019 timber inventory, the Red Bluff property contains over 82,000 tons in timber volume. For more detailed information please contact Crosby Land Company.*
144 Doc Greer Lane Sunset SC 29685
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.
00 Doby's Bridge Road Fort Mill SC 29715
York, South Carolina
161.00 acres
This listing includes parcel # 774-00-00-004 and #774-00-00-005. 161 acres combined. Will not sell separately. Prime land available for development in the heart of SC fastest growing region. Located in Fort Mill SC (Charlotte NC Metro Market), Easy Access to Charlotte NC, Columbia SC, Charlotte Douglas Airport. Zoning RUD. Water, Sewer and Gas Utilities available at front corner of property. River Frontage (Catawba River) 1000â +/. Favorable topography for development.
Highway 501 Conway SC 29526
Horry, South Carolina
64.00 acres
64.99 ACRES HIGHWAY COMMERCIAL!!! GREAT LOCATION IN CENTRAL CONWAY!!! SELLERS ARE OPEN TO SELLING SEPERATE PARCELS FROM 1 UP TO 64.99 ACRES AVAILABLE. SEE ADDITIONAL MLS LISTINGS OR CALL TODAY FOR MORE DETAILS. *** This is a highly desirable and rapidly growing commercial district. This property has direct entrance access and great visibility from Highway 501 with additional entrance accesses from Mill Pond Road. This commercial zoning district is ideal for major and minor retail anchors, also great positioning for restaurants, banks, hospitality, entertainment, malls, strip malls, medical, financial, offices and much more. Conwayâs residential growth is also very strong with several new construction communities currently underway and more up and coming communities in the works. Can be sold in smaller Parcels.
0 S Danzler Road Duncan SC 29334
Spartanburg, South Carolina
104.00 acres
000 Hwy 55 Corner Lancaster SC 29720
Lancaster, South Carolina
114.00 acres
Includes two parcels 0016-00-004.00 and 0016-00-002.00 for a total of 114 acres.Currently zoned qualified agricultural, could be rezoned to residential/multi-family.
Thomas Hall Plantation: Charleston Plantation With Magnificent Waterfront Custom Home
Charleston, South Carolina
124.00 acres
Thomas Hall Plantation is a rare opportunity to purchase pristine acreage and a finished custom home and campus in very close proximity to downtown Charleston. Thomas Hall is just 13 +/- miles to historic downtown Charleston. Johns Island, James Island and Kiawah are all minutes away, yet the plantation provides an escape from the busy streets of Charleston. At the end of Hughes Road, lie the rising iron gates to Thomas Hall Plantation that provide access through towering oaks draped with Spanish moss that lead to one of the most spectacular custom homes on the market in Charleston, if not the entire Southeast. The main house was built in 2014 and features 7300 +/- square feet of open floor-plan living space. It is architecturally stunning on the inside and outside and custom details and finishing touches are found on every inch of this work of art. Only the best materials were used in construction and that is evident when you walk in the main entrance. Vaulted ceilings with exposed beams and stunning views from large windows bring the outdoors into the home. The layout is perfect for entertaining and the main house features a chef’s kitchen with Thermador appliances, dining room with custom mural by Jennifer Black, full bar and billiards, and 6 incredible bedrooms and 6 baths. A large swimming pool and back patio overlook Rantowles Creek and provide sweeping sunset views of ancient rice fields. The garage adjacent to the house provides ample storage for your vehicles, but is much more than your typical garage. It’s even outfitted with a full workout room with a view! Above the garage is an in-law suite complete with kitchen, living room and bedroom. Adjacent to the house is a large outdoor pavilion and entertaining space equipped with a full kitchen and fireplace overlooking your own fishing pond. It is hard not to imagine spending time with family and friends here around the barbecue, shucking oysters and soaking up the summer sun. There are endless amenities here, and other notable features of the campus are a greenhouse and fenced garden, storage barn for your equipment and gear, and a first-class skeet shooting facility. The remaining acreage provides a unique sporting element to this plantation not found easily with this close proximity to downtown Charleston. Elevated box blinds and food plots are within walking distance of the back door, and the plantation has a good population of whitetails and turkeys. A dock with access to Rantowles Creek provides endless opportunities for all types of fresh and saltwater species. History: Historically Thomas Hall was a part of the greater Savannah Plantation. In 1818 John Bulow purchased the plantation and would rename it Bulow Plantation. Throughout the 1700 and 1800s the Plantation was used for a wide variety of agricultural and mining activities and artifacts are often found on the property. The current owners purchased the plantation in 2003 and would spend the better part of 15 years crafting the landscape that is seen here today. They are also responsible for protecting the property’s footprint through a conservation easement with Ducks Unlimited. Co-listed with Wise Batten, Inc.
Harmon Township Community
, South Carolina
93.00 acres
Incredible development project with prime location located 35 miles from Myrtle Beach and 50 miles North of Charleston South Carolina. This property consists of 79 residential lots in various stages of completion along with 93 acres of raw land. There are 25 finished lots and 54 partially developed lots. The 93 acres of raw land is comprised of smaller 5-25 acre parcels scattered around the original development site. The original proposed development, known as Harmony Township is a 432 acre master planned community with a marina and frontage on the Sampit River and Turkey Creek, granting access to the Atlantic Ocean. Harmony Township is a mixed use community planned for 1,700 single family residences. A 2010 estimate indicated there were approximately 30 homes on the site and 200 lots had been sold to date. The property is located in Georgetown, SC. The area surrounding the development consists of undeveloped land and residential properties. Downtown Historic Georgetown, the Georgetown Memorial Hospital and the main shopping district are approximately 7 miles northeast of the property. Georgetown sits on Winyah Bay and is the 2nd largest port city in South Carolina. Georgetown has a population of roughly 9,000 residents and the median age is 37 years old.
0 Dogwood Rd. Longs SC 29568
Horry, South Carolina
110.00 acres
Cleared land on Highway 90. Borders Dogwood drive, located beside These 2 properties together total almost 220 acres. Will subdivide. Road frontage on 2 sides. Property is located 6 miles from the beach, 6 miles from North Myrtle Beach City Park and complex, directly on the popular Hwy 90. Close to MB, Conway, Little River and NMB.
7517 Charlotte Highway Indian Land SC 29707
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.