SC rice plantation for sale in Colleton County near Beaufort

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[#Beginning of Shooting Data Section] Nikon D1X Focal length: 35mm White balance: Direct sunlight Color mode: Mode II (Adobe RGB) 02/18/2004 16: 50: 47.1 Exposure mode: Manual AF mode: AF-S Tint adjustment : 0 ° RAW (12 bits) Measuring mode: Center weighted Comp. : Less contrast Sharpening: Normal Image size: Large (3008 x 1960) 1 / 8s – f / 7.1 Flash sync mode: Unattached Noise reduction: Color exposure compensation: 0 EV lens: 35-80mm f / 4-5.6 D Sensitivity: ISO 125 Comment on image: [#End of Shooting Data Section]

David S. Soliday

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A century-old plantation set on a large 1,640-acre lot along South Carolina’s scenic ACE Basin is on the market.

Poco Sabo plantation, listed at $ 16.5 million, may be appealing to a buyer who enjoys history, hunting, conservation, or all three.

The property is located in the community of Green Pond in Colleton County, approximately 30 miles from downtown Beaufort.

“Poco Sabo is a place of recreation, modern land management and nature conservation,” the list boasts. “The plantation contains a wide variety of plant and animal habitats, well-regulated historic paddy fields, pecan orchards, cultivated agricultural fields and managed forests.”

The name of the plantation comes from the native Indian tribes of the area in the late 1680s.

Best known in its early days for rice production, probably with the use of slave labor similar to other nearby plantations, the tidal rice fields are among the most important historic structures of the property. There is also a historic family cemetery and a small tabby ruin.

The current owners purchased the property in 1994 and led the restoration efforts to update the 7,500 square foot main house and ancillary buildings. Today, other buildings on the grounds include a director’s house, guest cabins, equipment sheds, stables, kennels, a greenhouse and an exercise lodge, according to the list.

Recreational options include horseback riding, fishing, hunting, bird watching, and water sports.

Poco Sabo is co-listed with Plantation Services and Crosby Landy Co. To view this property, visit crosbylandco.com Where plantationservicesinc.com. The performances are only by appointment.

Here is an overview of the interior of the main house and the property:

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[#Beginning of Shooting Data Section] Nikon D1X Focal length: 35mm White balance: Direct sunlight Color mode: Mode II (Adobe RGB) 02/18/2004 16: 50: 47.1 Exposure mode: Manual AF mode: AF-S Tint adjustment : 0 ° RAW (12 bits) Measuring mode: Center weighted Comp. : Less contrast Sharpening: Normal Image size: Large (3008 x 1960) 1 / 8s – f / 7.1 Flash sync mode: Unattached Noise reduction: Color exposure compensation: 0 EV lens: 35-80mm f / 4-5.6 D Sensitivity: ISO 125 Comment on image: [#End of Shooting Data Section] David S. Soliday Provided

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A bird’s eye view of the David S. Soliday Poco Sabo plantation property Provided

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Rice fields at the Poco Sabo plantation Provided

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The living room of the main house of the Poco Sabo plantation Provided

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Poco Sabo Plantation library in the main house. Provided

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The veranda of the main house of the Poco Sabo plantation. Provided

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The breakfast room in the main house of the Poco Sabo plantation Provided

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The dining room inside the main house of the Poco Sabo plantation Provided

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A pond on the property of the Poco Sabo plantation Provided

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The back porch of the main house of the Poco Sabo plantation Provided

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The living room of the guest house at the Poco Sabo plantation Provided

This story was originally published November 4, 2021 at 4.30 am.

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Lana Ferguson typically covers stories in northern Beaufort County, Jasper County, and Hampton County. She joined The Island Packet & Beaufort Gazette in 2018 as a criminal affairs and breaking news reporter. Before coming to the Lowcountry, she worked for publications in her home state of Virginia and graduated from the University of Mississippi, where she was editor of the student daily. Lana was also a member of the University of South Carolina Media Law School in 2019.
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