Located on historic St. Helena Island, hidden amongst the moss-draped live oaks, sits a rare opportunity to own 19 +/- acres of unspoiled nature. Once part of the Pope Plantation, this farm played a small but vital role in the robust sea island economy experienced by island planters. While this era has long passed the composure of this land still exists here today. This property is comprised of 14 +/- acres of open land currently being utilized for sod farming, the balance of the acreage consists of old-growth pine/hardwood forest. A prominent feature includes the 600 feet westerly view overlooking the tidal marsh, there is a tidal creek located within 350 feet of the highland, which could be accessible with the installation of a short dock. This property is ideal for a family-owned compound or single-family residence, the highland is suitable for equestrian or a small family farming operation. The desire to maintain the rural character of St. Helena Island brings about other possibilities including potential for a conservation easement, should the new owners be interested in taking advantage of this opportunity.
1. Access will be conveyed at closing by a deeded easement from Tom Fripp Road.
2. 28 Tecumseh Lane and mobile home located at this address will not convey with the sale of this property.
|Acres:||19.1 +/- acres|