French Quarter Plantation consisting of some of the last remaining privately owned acreage in the exclusive East Cooper Historical District of Berkeley County. This is a high-end, turn-key recreational retreat roughly fifteen minutes outside of Mount Pleasant that has been cultivated for excellent deer and turkey hunting with an ideal quail habitat. The adjacent and neighboring parcels are all historical, protected plantations under conservation easements. There are two small ponds, hardwoods, open pine areas, food plots with tower deer stands, hardwood bottom area and a new road system. This 425 acre offering also includes one mile of frontage along US Highway 41, planted merchantable loblolly pine that will produce future significant income and an excellent opportunity for an investor to capitalize on a potential conservation easement. Buyers interested in development should inquire about certain covenants and restrictions which allow for up to 42 units on this tract. This is a excellent opportunity for a large private estate or conservation subdivision development. Adjacent neighbors include Halidon Hill and Cedar Hill plantations. Smaller and larger timber tracts also available, inquire with listing agent.