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Red Bluff Plantation
Red Bluff Plantation is located on the banks of the New River between Bluffton, SC and Savannah, GA. This unique property offers over 900ft of a non-marsh water frontage with a concrete boat ramp, 5,500sqft main house, three guest cottages, 1,200sqft caretakers house, and multiple supporting outbuildings. Other features include controlled waterfowl impoundments, dove fields and manicured upland bird habitat. Excellent potential for Conservation Easement exists. 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 waterfowl impoundments 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.