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Behold the lowcountry beauty of Thomas Hall Plantation.
1185 Hughes Road, Johns Island, South Carolina
Historically, Thomas Hall was a part of the greater Savannah Plantation, until it was purchased by John Bulow and renamed Bulow Plantation in 1818. The Plantation was used for a wide variety of agricultural and mining activities throughout the 1700 and 1800s. The current owners purchased the plantation in 2003 and spent 15 years crafting the current landscape.
The gated entrance sits beneath a beautiful canopy of Spanish moss-draped live oaks.
Thomas Hall Plantation
Though the land is ancient, the custom-built main home dates back to just 2014.
Open Floor Plan
Exposed wood beams give structure to the open floor plan, which happens to be perfect for entertaining.
Rustic-Chic Dining Room
The focal point of the light-filled dining room is a custom mural by Jennifer Black.
The eat-in chef’s kitchen comes complete with Thermador appliances.
Wood paneling, a coffered ceiling, and a large fireplace create a rustic vibe in the cozy living room.
Off the living room you’ll find a billiards room with a full bar—the perfect space to wind down after a day full of hunting and fishing.
The main house’s master bedroom enjoys stellar views of Rantowles Creek.
A free-standing tub with panoramic views of the grounds? Yes please!
A large swimming pool and back patio overlook Rantowles Creek.
A pavilion for al fresco entertaining sits on the banks of the fishing pond.
The large outdoor pavilion, which includes as full kitchen and fireplace, is just waiting to host its next dreamy summer soiree.
Dust Off That Green Thumb
Gardening has never looked better thanks to the property’s charming greenhouse and fenced garden.
A dock with access to Rantowles Creek provides access to all types of fresh and saltwater fish.