86± Acres
Beaufort County South Carolina

Bonny Hall Plantation

ID: 22834
Status: Sold
Acres: 86±
Type: Recreational Land, Residential Property
City, State: Yemassee, South Carolina
County: Beaufort
ZIP Code: 29945
Presented By: Todd Crosby
Dwelling Sq Ft: 6,000
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 6.5


Located on the Combahee River in Beaufort County, this historical property sits along the edge of the ACE Basin National Wildlife Refuge. Bonny Hall abounds in history beginning in 1732 when it was established by a British land grant and was used to commercially produce rice until 1914. As soon as you arrive at the gate, it is quite apparent that you are embarking upon historical grounds. The sheer size and immense beauty of the live oaks scattered about the grounds are breathtaking. The main house and surrounding gardens will rival any in the area; the current structure was built circa 1897 after the civil war and expanded in 1935 to include two symmetrical wings designed by Charleston architect Samuel Lapham. In 2005 the previous owners, along with Charleston-based preservation architect Glenn Keyes updated Bonny Hall to the pristine condition in which it currently stands today. On the east side of the main house is one of several gardens located on the grounds. This beautifully designed formal garden was designed by famed Long Island landscape architect Umberto Innocenti in the 1930s. In addition, there are two guest cottages, a pecan orchard, a well-appointed 6-stall horse barn, paddocks, and several other supportive auxiliary buildings. Bonny Hall is one of the most notable properties in South Carolina, being the first property to become part of the Ace Basin National Wildlife Refuge! "Crosby Land Company was honored to represent the purchaser of this historical, legacy property. We welcome these new landowners to the community we live in and call home....the "Ace Basin" of the Low Country." -Todd Crosby; BIC, ALC

Todd Crosby

Todd Crosby

Walterboro, South Carolina

(843) 909-0159

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