Featuring a spectacular 270 degree view of the South Edisto River and surrounding marshland, Salt Point is a gorgeous recreational tract and homesite. Listed for $1,595,000 with 206 total acres and 77 acres of highland, this property boasts pristine natural habitats and spacious area for outdoor activities such as duck hunting, fishing, shrimping and crabbing.
The estate has a 21-acre saltwater impoundment which attracts various species of waterfowl, wading and shore birds. A small crabbing dock may be developed on the tidal creek which runs within 400 feet of the peninsula. High areas near the marsh contain loblolly pine, magnolia, cedar and oak trees while the remaining highland features a mixed pine-hardwood forest.
Protected by a conservation easement with The Nature Conservancy, Salt Point will continue to operate under traditional land use in order tomaintain its rural character. The easement allows the owner to subdivide the property once and to build a dock on both parcels. Additionally, all of the land in the view corridor from the homesite will remain undeveloped in perpetuity as part of the ACE Basin Project.
Salt Point is located at the end of Raccoon Island Road on Edisto Island. It is within a one-hour drive from Downtown Charleston and only 20 minutes from Edisto Beach.
HWY 174 to Pine Landing Rd. Stay on Pine Landing it will turn into Laurel Hill. Entrance on right before Raccoon Island Rd.