Rich in history, Laurel Hill Plantation is a 70-acre (35 high; 35 marsh) waterfront retreat located on Doe Hall Creek which leads out to the Intracoastal Waterway. The property offers exquisite scenery and has been in the same family since the late 1800's. It provides private acreage on a deep-water creek with a dock. The long driveway and mature oak trees exude southern charm and tranquility, while the Lowcountry style house has an inviting rear porch to enjoy a cold drink while taking in the limitless views of the marsh and the intracoastal waterway in the distance. The property offers the chance to see plenty of wildlife like deer and turkey, and the creeks are a fisherman's dream. The original house was destroyed by Hurricane Hugo in 1989 but several items including the beautiful wooden beams were salvaged and used in the new house that was built in 1991. There are beautiful pine floors throughout. Old solid wood doors, beams and mantles provide the perfect focal points for new inspiration. The house is elevated with an abundance of parking and storage on the ground level for cars, boats, golf carts, four wheelers, kayaks and paddle boards. For a time, the house was used as a bed and breakfast, so each bedroom is equipped with its own private bathroom. Additionally, there is a small barn for any items needed to maintain the property. There is a conservation easement on the property to protect this special retreat from ever being developed. It's not often that something like this comes on the market. Make this the property that stays in your family's history for generations to come.
Listing courtesy of Peace Sotheby's International Realty.