And we now have a brand new title holder for the priciest itemizing ever in South Carolina!
Simply a few months in the past, we hailed a 16,000-square-foot property because the state’s most costly house. Circle Creek Farm continues to be in the marketplace for $22 million.
However now, a six-bedroom, brick magnificence on 4,409 acres in Yemassee, SC, has taken excessive spot, with a hefty $39,500,000 price ticket.
“The home is what we name a post-Civil Battle plantation house,” says itemizing agent Charles G. Lane, of the 1930 construct. Lane is with Holcombe, Truthful & Lane.
The house sits on Gregorie Neck Street, on a large 4,409-acre peninsula, bordered by the Coosawhatchie and Tulifiny rivers.
“The home sits completely with southern publicity, so that you get sea breezes and it feels good,” Lane says. “All the bedrooms are en suite and provide gorgeous vistas.”
With greater than 8 miles of water and marsh frontage, the property options fishing ponds and impeccable landscaping.
“The yard has oak timber that return earlier than Columbus,” Lane says. “It’s a excessive piece of property located on a bluff in Lowcountry. It has deep water frontage with a dock in place. There’s a lot to do on the property. There are turkeys, deer, and saltwater fishing for shrimp and crabs. It’s got all of it. It’s a uniquely attractive property.”
Up to date abode
The 6,000-square-foot brick mansion has been up to date through the years, with particular care taken to protect its historical past. Interval highlights embrace 9-foot ceilings; preserved hardwood flooring; a number of fireplaces; uncovered, wood-beam ceilings; and a number of other built-in cupboards.
“The kitchen has been modernized, and all the pieces within the house has been tastefully refinished,” Lane notes.
Along with the primary residence, a recreation home, constructed by the present homeowners, boasts an incredible room with vaulted, exposed-beam ceilings; a stone fire; full kitchen; gun room; and library.
“The sport house could possibly be used as a second house, and the storage is also transformed into visitor quarters,” Lane says.
And there’s extra: The property has two caretaker homes, plus a 16-vehicle, climate-controlled storage; an eight-stable horse barn; and 15 acres of fenced pasture.
“I’m unaware of any property with this sort of acreage that has no restrictions on what you are able to do with it,” Lane says. “I feel the following purchaser will likely be on the lookout for a one-of-a-kind property, loves nature, and might be a hunter. They are going to need absolute privateness and security.”