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  • 674.1 +/- Acre Lowcountry, South Carolina Plantation.
  • Over 70 Years of quail hunting history
  • Less than one hour from Savannah, Georgia and Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.
  • Located less than 40 miles to Palmetto Bluff in Bluffton, South Carolina.
  • Nearby plantations include Pineland, Pleasant Hill, Black Swamp, Gravel Hill, Woodstock, Bostick, Woodside, Davant, Turkey Hill, Groton, Hoover, and Okeetee among others.
  • Exceptional wildlife
    Old growth longleaf pine
  • Estimated timber value north of $420,000 per the May 2016 estimate.
  • There are no conservation easements on the property.


CJ Brown

Mobile: 803-480-1260

Wise Batten, Inc.
Mobile: 803-943-6983

Swan Hill Plantation

Over 70 Years of Quail Hunting History

Steeped in quail hunting history, Swan Hill Plantation remains a prized property among those in the Lowcountry. It is comprised of 674.1 acres of excellent quail woods and straddles Hampton and Jasper Counties. You're invited in by an oak alley that is a stones throw from the main corridor where Sherman's army marched in 1865 from Savannah to Columbia and on to North Carolina in the devastating Carolina's Campaign, which left the Lowcountry in ruins near the end of the Civil War.

Native longleaf and merchantable loblolly sawtimber, poles and chip-n-saw span the property and there are no structures on this section. During a timber summary conducted in April and May of 2016, there were 239 inventory plots taken on the property with an estimate of $420,000 in total timber value.


"Swan Hill Plantation is nothing short of unique, and with its older growth native longleaf provides a glimpse of what all of the Lowcountry used to look like. From the moment you enter, you feel like you're stepping back into a simpler time. And to highlight, you can be beachfront in less than an hour enjoying the sites and sounds of Savannah or Hilton Head"
- CJ Brown

RCW program: It should be noted that one colony of Red Cockaded Woodpeckers (RCW’s) is present on this section of the property, and there are certain restrictions on timber harvest related to the RCW’s. One restriction pertains to the nesting period during which harvesting activities are not allowed within a certain distance from the colony. Another restriction requires that a certain density of pine forage trees remain after any planned harvest.

For more information on the RCW program, you may wish to contact South Carolina’s Department of Natural Resources. Caroline Causey is in charge of the RCW Safe Harbor Program for South Carolina.

Swan Hill Plantation is Now Available

$2,359,350 ($3500/acre)