North of Ridgeland in Jasper County, South Carolina.
35 minutes from Savannah, 5 minutes from I-95's Exit 28.
The Property consists of two tracts which include Cotton Hall and Mont Repose.
Structures include: a camp house with 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, storage shed, game room, walk-in cooler, dock. A wooden bridge connects Mont Repose with Cotton Hall. The bridge was engineered by Thomas & Hutton and easily supports logging trucks and heavy equipment.
Wildlife includes deer, turkey, wild boar, duck, dove, along with many small game species. The rivers offer good fishing for redbreast, bream and largemouth bass.
Nestled on both sides of the Coosawhatchie River, which together with the Pocotaligo and Tulifinny Rivers form the headwaters of Broad River, which then empties into Port Royal Sound, a large salt water body between Parris Island and Hilton Head Island.
Coosawhatchie River hardwood bottomlands, freshwater and tidewater river frontage. Timberlands, swamps, fields and marshes.
Bounded by Plum Creek's Slater Tract and Buckfield Plantation.
Ideal for hunting, recreation and timber production.
The property has a long-term cell tower lease in place which pays the owner annually. This payment will increase by 10% every 5 years. The lease would transfer to the new owner.
The property is protected with a conservation easement with The Nature Conservancy. Hunting, fishing and other recreational uses are allowed, as are timber management and agriculture. A complete copy of the easement is available to seriously interested parties.