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Plantations, Country Estates and Farm Land - Charleston, SC



  Charleston is surrounded by vast expanses of pristine coastal plain that has lured people for centuries. Abundant with fertile soil, fresh water, old-growth forest and a warm sub-tropical climate, this "Lowcountry" area continues to offer outstanding opportunities in investment property. Countless historic plantations line unspoiled stretches of the many rivers and tributaries that flow through natural habitat teeming with ducks, wild turkeys, deer, and birds of prey, and in many cases still feature original homes dating to colonial and antebellum periods. In a number of locations, such as the heralded 140,000-acre ACE Basin just South of Charleston, private landowners and government agencies have worked together to promote protective stewardship and traditional use of lands in which timber, livestock, cultivation, and wildlife have all played an historic role. In this capacity, the verdant lands along the Ashepoo, Combahee and Edisto river estuaries retain the purest environmental integrity while property owners enjoy such pursuits as equestrian farms, hunting preserves, as well as swan, wood stork and bald eagle sanctuary. Properties on Johns Island, Edisto Island and in Walterboro and Ravenel are among those blessed with a protected paradise of pure land, water, air and soil that has changed little since ancient times. 

  Just North of Charleston, the quality of plantations and land benefits tremendously from proximity near and within the 250,000-acre Francis Marion National Forest, the 66,000-acre Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge, and the 24,000-acre Santee Coastal Reserve. Here the confluence of lush inland and unspoiled ocean front offers seemingly endless tracts of tidal marsh vistas, shimmering creeks, colorful meadows and towering forest canopy. Communities such as Awendaw and McClellanville reap the aesthetic benefits of the East Coast's longest stretch of pristine coast line, extending more than 60 miles to the dramatic beauty of the Santee River Delta, where dozens of historic rice plantations stand gracefully along sparkling rivers.

  To Charleston's West, inviting land and plantation areas extend inland along the Cooper and Ashley Rivers as far as lakes Moultrie and Marion, which provide some of the best fish and wildlife habitat in the Southeast. Areas throughout Colleton, Dorchester and Berkeley counties are renowned for their natural beauty, such as the magnificent colors of famed Cypress Gardens and the dazzling landscape of the Francis Beidler Forest, home to the world's largest stand of virgin bald cypress.