5 Oyster Catcher

If you have dreamed of a Bespoke Charleston Homestead in the Historic Plantation district filled with Majestic Historic Live Oak Trees draped in moss within a gated master planned community, you have found it. This is an opportunity to own a estate in the new Gated ''Charles Towne Farms''. Charles Towne Farms has thousands of acres of conservation and only 50 individual properties. You will find homes of the highest architectural and construction standards. Living in the Plantation district you will enjoy: miles of the most beautiful canals along which you can horseback ride-kayak, large lakes and ponds perfect also for canoeing, kayaking, and electric powered boats,miles of the most picturesque trails on the east coast for riding/hiking/and biking, large live oak trees are found throughout the property along with historic rice fields. Charles Towne Farm's large lakes offer excellent world class fishing. This area has quickly earned a reputation as one of the best-kept secrets and top fishing spots in the Lowcountry. Owners will have access to a future Outpost multi use facility on lands adjoining the Deep Water Rantowles Creek, The site will offer a boat launch area to the creek which extends 2 miles to the Stono River, the Intracoastal Waterway, Charleston Harbor and the Atlantic ocean. There truly is no other opportunity like this in the Southeast, to own a large estate in a gated subdivision and live the Charleston dream just 12 miles to downtown with its world class shopping/dining/theatre/and the arts, with 526, the airport, and the beaches just a few miles away. Call for access/tour as this section is gated.

Essential Information

  • MLS® #22012976
  • Price$2,500,000
  • Acres47.80
  • TypeLand
  • StatusActive

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Lot Description

10+ Acres, Will Build

School Information

  • ElementaryBeech Hill
  • MiddleGregg
  • HighAshley Ridge

Additional Information

  • Days on Website760

Listing Details

  • OfficeSoutheastern

LISTED BY Southeastern, (843) 458-0827