Consisting of 547+/- acres, Brooks Hill is a strategic timber and recreational property located in one of South Carolinas historic and prestigious plantation neighborhoods just north of Georgetown and bordering several riverfront plantations along the Pee Dee and Black Rivers. Brooks Hill was formerly part of Keithfield Plantation and is located on Plantersville Road, adjacent to Weymouth, Ingleside, and Nightingale plantations and just down from Chicora Wood, Exchange, Rosebank, and Arundel. While most plantations nearby are protected from development by a conservation easement, Brooks Hill is unencumbered and provides a number of tax and investment strategies to a new owner. The wildlife and recreational opportunities are naturally strong on the property, with great deer and turkey hunting, and the opportunity to further enhance with management for duck, quail, and dove. The majority of the property is in planted pine, 15-to-25-year-old trees, managed with fire and periodic thinning.
The Facts: ~ 547+/- acre timber and recreational property on historic Plantersville Road in Georgetown County, South Carolina ~ Unencumbered (not yet protected by a conservation easement) ~ Located in premier plantation neighborhood bordering Weymouth, Keithfield, Ingleside, and Nightingale Plantations ~ Income-producing: significant timber value from 15-to-25-year-old pines ~ Historic homesite surrounded by live oaks ~ Bricked and gated front entrance with over a mile on both Plantersville Road and Nightingale Road ~ Great wildlife flow: great deer and turkey hunting with potential development for other game species such as ducks and quail ~ Within Winyah Bay Focus Area, an important region for migrating waterfowl ~ Two-acre pond is head of a series of diverse wet/hardwood areas, great for wildlife ~ Strategic landholding; bordering 914 acre Weymouth Plantation (also available) ~ Only three miles to Pee Dee River access and public boat ramp at Dirleton Plantation/Samworth WMA