Tobe’s Plantation is located in southern Jasper County, South Carolina along the west bank of the New River. The property was formerly a portion of a large rice plantation covering thousands of acres that extended from what is today Highway 170 north to Highway 278. A grand entrance bounded by a mature natural forest leads to the historic home site.
The original house is long gone, and Tobe’s current residence, built in the 1920’s, has unfortunately deteriorated and is not habitable at this time. However, the house site boasts several large and magnificent live oaks dating back several hundred years and it is practically surrounded by historic fresh water rice fields; the perfect site for your ideal retreat. The landscape consists of 40 acres of mature natural forest, 4 acres for the house and surrounding grounds with the balance of the 102 acres being broken rice fields – all beautiful, diverse and essential parts of a true Lowcountry property.
This is a rare opportunity to own a secluded one-of-a-kind setting on a historic property with an extremely close commute to Savannah and Hilton Head. Tobe’s Plantation is currently not protected by a conservation easement and may offer substantial tax benefits to a conservation minded buyer.
From Hardeeville take Plantation Drive south towards HWY 170. Travel 4.4 miles and the property is on the left.