Ticton Hall East
Ticton Hall East is one of the most premier properties to be offered to the marketplace in quite some time. Since the mid to late 1800s, this property was part of Chelsea Plantation and has never been offered as a divided parcel. Currently, Ticton Hall East offers well-established quail courses, the courses offer an excellent mixture of cover including bunch grasses, sedges, warm-season native grasses as well as forbs and legume food sources. Should the new owner opt to increase the size and number of courses, significant acreage remains with soils compatible for upland game bird habitat.
The location of Ticton Hall East is one of its most notable assets. Though it is easily accessible from Bluffton, Hilton Head or Beaufort, due to its natural surroundings it remains quiet, private, and secluded. Other noteworthy landholdings in the area include Good Hope, Bolan Hall, Okeetee Club and Spring Hill.
Euhaw Creek borders Ticton Hall East and offers 6,000 +/- feet of river frontage. A deep water tributary of the Broad River, Euhaw Creek is accessible for most watercraft. Port Royal Sound is nearby as well, and it is a short boat ride to downtown Beaufort or Hilton Head. The bluff along the waterfront will allow for multiple home sites or a family compound complete with private docks. The high bluff with deep water adds a beautiful, rare, and extremely valuable feature and endless possibilities for the enjoyment of Ticton Hall. In considering the unusual land and water features, well-drained soils, proximity to Bluffton, and the immense projected growth in the area, Ticton Hall may also offer the new owner significant potential tax benefits through the donation of a conservation easement. Easements can be designed to fit the requirements of the property owner, allowing for all current and historical usages, while also providing protection from development and fragmentation.
In addition to the potential easement value, there are several stands of well-stocked mature loblolly pine and hardwood forest. These timberlands have been managed with a sustainable approach that will provide the potential for current and future revenue streams
- whitetail deer
- equestrian trails