, acting as agent for Lowcountry Land Trust, is pleased to present the following information regarding an outstanding opportunity to purchase land and timber in Berkeley County, just minutes from Charleston and Mount Pleasant. The French Quarter Creek Tract is located on US Highway 41 near Huger, SC, within the Cooper River Watershed, and within the Proclamation boundary of the Francis Marion National Forest. The property is forever protected from residential and commercial development via a conservation easement with reservations by Lowcountry Land Trust. The easement purposes to improve water quality, to provide for diverse populations of plants and animals, and to help maintain the exceptional quality of life South Carolinians enjoy well into the future.
French Quarter offers a unique setting to enjoy the country or build your dream home. Located approximately 12 miles from Mount Pleasant and 25 miles from downtown Charleston, this will provide the perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle of this dynamically growing area. Live long and well, enjoying the outdoors with hunting or equestrian activities in the country.
The Charleston Quarter has arrived and is a magnet for economic activity. She boasts of a culture and lifestyle of an excellent quality of life. Business investment is booming here, yet still offers the natural beauty, world-class attractions, and historic charm that have made our Lowcountry a world-recognized tourist destination. It seems no place in the world is more popular.
French Quarter Creek is a premier hunting/recreation tract with pristine habitat for deer, turkey, dove, quail, and ducks. There are hardwoods/wetland areas and two small ponds that should provide an opportunity for the construction of a green tree reservoir to enhance your waterfowl/duck habitat. Currently, the property is being managed with good silviculture practices with ongoing timber harvest and reforestation activities. All sectors are accessible via roads and trails.
Future development opportunities are purposefully limited but provide for two subdivide parcels for the creation of a total of two parcels maximum, four large plantation-type homes, and ten cabins or outbuildings wisely reserved in the conservation easement by Lowcountry Land Trust. This tract has good bones to become an impressive equestrian and/or hunting retreat for you to share with family and friends. A grand circumstance to create your very own Lowcountry Plantation to enjoy for years to come.
Berkeley County Tax Map No. 240-00-00-068.
Owner will consider a large subdivision sale.
Property Use This tract provides opportunities for four residential homes, equestrian farm, hunting/recreation, and timber management.