Black Mingo Plantation was once part of the George Vanderbilt Estate and is formerly known as Arcadia II Plantation. This property, which is an hour from Mt. Pleasant, SC and minutes from the Grand Strand, has dual road frontage off Highway 41 and 51 in Williamsburg County. Black Mingo Plantation boasts 340 +/- beautiful acres and is one of the most unique properties in the state of South Carolina. The land features a spring-fed 75 acre trophy bass lake that flows into the nearby Black River. This magnificent property showcases large expansive pastures suited for equestrian use or dove fields, as well as a 1.5 +/- acre duck impoundment, and a 4 +/- acre impoundment. In addition, a 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom rustic cabin with a fire place and porch make a great getaway after a long day on the water. The land also features a 3 bed, 2 bath care taker home. The lake is a trophy bass fisherman's and waterfowler's dream, holding 10+ pound large mouth and waterfowl such as wild mallards, gadwall, wigeon, and canvasback to name a few. From the American bald eagle and turkeys to mature bucks, this property provides the perfect habitat for an abundance of wildlife. The views at sunset at the plantation are breathtaking from the lush contoured hills along the lakeside. Black Mingo Plantation is sure to be the perfect retreat to create lasting memories for your family for years to come.
Head northwest on SC-41 N toward Tradewind Dr, 43.1 mi. Turn left onto SC-41 N/County Line Rd, 2.8 mi. Continue straight to stay on SC-41 N/County Line Rd, 11.8 mi.