A rare opportunity to own an historically significant property of exceptional character and privacy.
Dating to 1697, this 1,014-acre sporting property is in the heart of the ACE Basin.
Consisting of a stunning main lodge residence, four cottages, pool and pool house, tennis court, and English style pub, stables with paddocks, and waterfowl observation towers, the Dalton and Paul Plantation is renowned as one of the best waterfowl properties on the Atlantic Flyway.
Situated on the east bank of the Combahee River about 47 miles from Charleston, the ACE Basin represents one of the largest undeveloped estuaries on the east coast of the United States.
Year built: 2004
Location: Green Pond, SC
Living area: 4,027
Land: 1,014 acres
Horse facilities: Fenced fields, barn with 6 stalls
Meticulously remodeled, the main residence has numerous wood burning fireplaces, and entertaining spaces.
The master bedroom comprises the left wing of the home and has a sitting room and office space.
The upstairs deck overlooks the serene banks of the Combahee River and promises spectacular sunset views.
Custom kitchen with marble counters and paneled walls
Family room with bar, two fireplaces and brick archways
Formal dining room
Second level gathering room with fireplaces at both ends of the room
Four well-appointed cottages
Pool and pool house with two guest suites and an English style pub
Agricultural support buildings
Waterfowl observation towers
Dock on the Combahee River
Three-rail board fencing
Six well-ventilated stalls with dutch doors overlooking a shaded brick walkway; Center aisle storage
Paddocks with open run-ins