Hampton & Jasper Counties
Price per Acre: $6,995
167.9 +/- Acre Mini-Plantation In Hampton & Jasper County. Formerly A Portion Of Swan Hill Plantation And Protected By A Conservation Easement With The Lowcountry Open Land Trust
Quail Hollow is located in Hampton & Jasper County just south of the historic town of Estill, South Carolina and features 167.9 +/- acres. Located along the plantation corridor of Highway 321, this is a fabulous opportunity to own a very manageable sized mini-quail plantation in an area of large and protected landownership.
Formerly a portion of the prized quail plantation, Swan Hill, the property would be ideal for a quail hunting enthusiast. The wildlife habitat on the farm is excellent and there are large patches of bicolor lespedeza that are perfect for holding birds and providing good ground cover from predators. Quail Hollow has excellent deer and turkey hunting and overall is very rich with game for a property of this size.
There are no vertical improvements on the property, and it is a fabulous blank slate for crafting the home or hunting compound of your dreams. Quail Hollow has all of the essentials for quality lowcountry living with large live oaks, and mature pines, and several excellent building locations.
Quail Hollow's location is excellent and it is less than an hour to Savannah, Bluffton, Hilton Head, and Beaufort. Nearby Plantations include Black Swamp, Swan Hill, Pleasant Hill, Pineland, Okatee, Hoover and many others. Quail Hollow is protected by a conservation easement with the Lowcountry Open Land Trust.
- 167.9 +/- acre mini-quail plantation in Hampton & Jasper County
- Formerly a portion of the famed quail hunting property Swan Hill Plantation
- Less than one hour from Savannah, Georgia, Bluffton, and Hilton Head Island
- Large patches of bicolor lespedeza
- No vertical improvements and several prime building locations
- Game rich property with excellent wildlife habitat
- Nearby Plantations include Black Swamp, Swan Hill, Pleasant Hill, Pineland, Okatee, Hoover and many others.
- Protected by a conservation easement with the Lowcountry Open Land Trust