Approximately 377 acres of high ground, ricefields, and marsh with over 5,000 on the east branch of the Cooper River. Formerly Pompion Hill Plantation, this property is located along the Cooper River corridor where early settlers produced rice. There is a large 8,000 sq. ft. residence buit in 1986 which has 7 bedrooms and 6 full bathrooms. Additionally, there are 2 caretakers cottages and various outbuildings including a stable, tool shed, equipment storage, garage/workshop. The conservation easement allows for the land to be subdivided into 2 parcels with two estate homes, outbuildings, pools, and tennis courts. This is absolutely gorgeous property suitable for horses, hunting, fishing, timber production, polo fields, and enjoying the country living lifestyle. Priced at $6,985,000. Contact Susan Klavohn Bryant AgentOwned Realty for more information or to set up a showing. 843-224-0804 email@example.com
Historically significant Longwood Plantation (formerly Pompion Hill) located within the Cooper River corridor where conditions were suitable for the production of rice. Today, these large tracts of land provide excellent habitat for wildlife as well as hunting, fishing, timber production, polo fields, equestrian activities and enjoying the country living lifestyle. The property consists of 270.90 acres highland, 97.80 acres broken rice fields, 9.05 acres lakes, 5.55 acres wetlands. There is approximately 5,000+ feet of frontage directly on or over broken rice fields of the East Branch of the Cooper River. There is a large main house with 7 bedrooms and 6 full bathrooms. Additionally, there are two additional houses, each with 2 bedrooms and one full bathroom ..... There is also a garage/workshop with 1,962 sq. ft. of space plus 180 sq. ft. of covered shed area. The stable contains 1,953 sq. ft. with eave height of 10.5 ft, +/- and is insulated with electricity and hot and cold water. There are 8 stalls and a tack room. The equipment shed is 1,311 sq. ft. with two open sides and lighting. The main house has a 25' covered carport, circular driveway with plenty of parking, a large open porch and a covered porch. The property has been placed in a conservation easement with the Lowcountry Open Land Trust which controls the future use and development. Buyer to seek legal advice regarding easement and use, but it is believed the property may be subdivided into two parcels, each with a main house with associated caretakers cottages, pool, tennis court and outbuildings. Additional structures such as farm buildings and two docks are believed to be allowed. The property is reported to be best used for recreation production, conservation and two private estates consisting of various dwellings and outbuildings.