South Carolina Plantations for Sale
The plantations of South Carolina have a rich history of providing the landowner the perfect combination of sporting lifestyle and investment. Before the Civil War, there were hundreds of plantations throughout the central and eastern part of the state growing a wide variety of crops from tobacco and cotton to indigo and rice. Although there are fewer now, the plantations today continue to enjoy a vibrant role in South Carolina, not only through farming, timber, and other agricultural uses, but also in the hunting and conservation worlds.
No matter where you own or are looking for a plantation in South Carolina, a great majority of them provide a solid timberland investment coupled with a wide variety of hunting opportunities. Many of the plantations in the spectacular ACE basin (Ashepoo, Combahee, Edisto rivers) are located on one of many rivers or creeks that honeycomb the area and provide excellent habitat for ducks, quail, dove, deer, turkey, woodcock and even snipe. The historic plantations in the midlands are known for quail, turkey, wild pig and deer.
Each plantation has its own extraordinary story, and the Live Water Southern brokers can communicate that story well, because they own and manage South Carolina plantations themselves and are knowledgeable about the ins-and-outs of the plantation lifestyle. Most of all, they appreciate the high value of a special historic property, and South Carolina’s plantations have long been appreciated as the quintessence of remarkable legacy properties.