124.8 +/- Acre Charleston Plantation With Magnificent Custom Home Overlooking Rantowles Creek! Less Than 13 Miles to Downtown Charleston!
- 124.8 +/- Acre Plantation in Charleston County, South Carolina
- Gorgeous live oak gated entrance and stunning live oak canopied campus
- 7300 +/- square foot custom home with 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms
- Large plank hardwood floors and exposed beams
- High quality Thermador appliances and chef’s kitchen
- Stormproof windows and doors
- Large bar and entertaining space complete with billiards
- Picturesque fishing pond
- Greenhouse and fenced garden
- Covered pavilion with full kitchen, bathroom and fireplace
- Sporting clay facility and storage barn
- Abundant wildlife
- Elevated box blinds and food plots
- Excellent fishing, shrimping and crabbing opportunities
Thomas Hall Plantation is a rare opportunity to purchase pristine acreage and a finished custom home and campus in very close proximity to downtown Charleston. Thomas Hall is just 13 +/- miles to historic downtown Charleston. Johns Island, James Island and Kiawah are all minutes away, yet the plantation provides an escape from the busy streets of Charleston.
At the end of Hughes Road, lie the rising iron gates to Thomas Hall Plantation that provide access through towering oaks draped with Spanish moss that lead to one of the most spectacular custom homes on the market in Charleston, if not the entire Southeast.
The main house was built in 2014 and features 7300 +/- square feet of open floor-plan living space. It is architecturally stunning on the inside and outside and custom details and finishing touches are found on every inch of this work of art. Only the best materials were used in construction and that is evident when you walk in the main entrance. Vaulted ceilings with exposed beams and stunning views from large windows bring the outdoors into the home. The layout is perfect for entertaining and the main house features a chef’s kitchen with Thermador appliances, dining room with custom mural by Jennifer Black, full bar and billiards, and 6 incredible bedrooms and 6 baths. A large swimming pool and back patio overlook Rantowles Creek and provide sweeping sunset views of ancient rice fields.
The garage adjacent to the house provides ample storage for your vehicles, but is much more than your typical garage. It’s even outfitted with a full workout room with a view! Above the garage is an in-law suite complete with kitchen, living room and bedroom.
Adjacent to the house is a large outdoor pavilion and entertaining space equipped with a full kitchen and fireplace overlooking your own fishing pond. It is hard not to imagine spending time with family and friends here around the barbecue, shucking oysters and soaking up the summer sun.
There are endless amenities here, and other notable features of the campus are a greenhouse and fenced garden, storage barn for your equipment and gear, and a first-class skeet shooting facility.
The remaining acreage provides a unique sporting element to this plantation not found easily with this close proximity to downtown Charleston. Elevated box blinds and food plots are within walking distance of the back door, and the plantation has a good population of whitetails and turkeys. A dock with access to Rantowles Creek provides endless opportunities for all types of fresh and saltwater species.
Historically, Thomas Hall was a part of the greater Savannah Plantation. In 1818 John Bulow purchased the plantation and would rename it Bulow Plantation. Throughout the 1700 and 1800s the Plantation was used for a wide variety of agricultural and mining activities and artifacts are often found on the property. The current owners purchased the plantation in 2003 and would spend the better part of 15 years crafting the landscape that is seen here today. They are also responsible for protecting the property’s footprint through a conservation easement with Ducks Unlimited.
A Social Storm™ Property
Thomas Hall Plantation is considered a Social Storm™ Property, a term we trademarked to identify unique properties that investors gravitate to for safety in bad times and buy for a recreation reward in good times. What makes a Social Storm™ Property so unique?
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- A++ location overlooking Rantowles Creek complete with boat dock
- 13 +/- miles to downtown Charleston!